In last week’s predictions battle neither Damian nor Damon were great, but Damon sneaks it again 2-1! Can you do better?
Weekly football phrase for learners of English – be linked with
2007 transfer window
Languagecaster fa cup 3rd round predictions
some background information from our review of last week’s football in The Good, The Bad and The Ugly section of the podcast.
Damian and Damon look ahead to the FA Cup 3rd Round by looking back at some of the history of the FA Cup.
Weekly football phrase for learners of english ‘giantkilling / underdog’
Review of the football week 9 Dec 2006 for learners of English
Weekly English football phrase for learners of English: relegation zone
For this End-of-Year Football Review learner’s podcast we look back at some of the main footballing stories from the past year.
Here are the predictions for week 9. A good week again for Damon who moves on to 37 while Damian only has 15. [TABLE=9] Can you do better than our two experts? Try in next week’s predictions.
Football review of 2006 for learners of English
Weekly English football phrase for learners of English – Two-horse race
What were the best and worst moments of 2006 on the football pitch? Here are a few suggestions for you in our review of the 2006 football season.
Damon continues to open up a huge lead over Damian. This week Damon correctly guessed the results of three games, although with no perfect scores. The new score: Damon 32 – Damian 14 [TABLE=8]
If you want to know more about some of the stories we feature in this week’s the Good, The Bad and The Ugly then click here
Damon increases his lead by correctly predicting the Argentinian championship play off! This week he get’s 3 points, and Damian gets 1. The score is now: Damon 29 Damian 13 [TABLE=7]
Want to know more about the stories we review? Then click on the links below. Week 7 The Good Matt Taylor’s goal for Portsmouth against Everton click here The Bad Read the Charlton manager’s view on his club’s trouble click here The Ugly Jens Lehman and Didier Drogba handbags click here
This week’s English for Football expressions are connected to losing your job and focus on the insecurity of being a Premiership manager.
After the terrible disappointment of last week’s game at The Emirates it has been a great week for Spurs with two emphatic home wins against Middlesboro and Charlton. Tottenham move into the top 8 for the first time this season and finally seem to be playing like last season. The defeat at Arsenal was particularly […]