This post on the language of football explains the meaning of the verb ‘to flap’, which is a word used in connection with goalkeeping
2020 European Championship Qualifiers – Switzerland v Ireland: On this week’s football-language podcast, we take a look at some of last week’s news from the footballing world. We also explain some football language, this week we have ‘misfiring’, and have a football-language related quiz question. To wrap up the show we have our predictions, where we look at three of the big upcoming games from around the world, including the massive clash, Manchester United vs Liverpool.
I’ll be talking about the verb phrase ‘to hoof it’, which is a phrase we talked about seven years ago in 2012, but I’d like to add…
This post on the language of football explains the meaning of the adjective ‘misfiring’, which is a word used to describe a team’s performance.
On this week’s football-language podcast take a look at the news from the past week in the football world. We will be talking the language of football, explaining the phrase ‘work the keeper’, discuss the language of goalkeeping mistakes, as well as bringing you a football language quiz question. And in our predictions, we’ll be taking a look at three big games coming up over the next week.
2019-20 Chelsea vs Liverpool: On this week’s football-language podcast we look back at the action from the first set of games in the Champions League, we also explain a new phrase ‘draw a foul’, ask a football-language quiz question and of course we look ahead to some of the big games being played this week in our predictions.
This short post on the language of football explains the meaning of the phrase ‘to draw a foul’, which is a phrase connected with tackles and free kicks.
Learn English Through Football Podcast – Bundle Home: Hi there everyone, my name is Damon from the languagecaster team. This is a short audio post on the language of football, and I’ll be looking at the verb phrase ‘to bundle home’.
In this short football language post, we explain the phrase to be caught napping, often used in connection with defending. If you have questions or comments, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
On this short football language podcast we introduce a phrase from the world of football. If you have questions or comments about this or any other football phrase, or you have your own suggestion, then email us
Learn English Through Football Podcast: Week 3 – 2019-20 Liverpool vs Arsenal: All the big leagues of Europe are up and running and it’s week three in the Premier League. On this week’s podcast we review some of the language from the football week, with stories from Spain and England.
This short football language post introduces the phrase ‘to leave your foot in’, a phrase connected with tackles. If you have questions or comments, email us at: email@example.com
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In this short post on the language of football, we explain the meaning of the verb phrase, ‘to clatter into’, a phrase related to tackles.
The 2019-20 Season Starts. This is our first podcast as the new 2019-20 season starts this weekend. We’ll take a look at some of the language involved in the opening round of games and the football stories from this week in our review section. We also have a football-language quiz question and offer some predictions for next week’s games.
In this short post on the language of football, we explain the meaning of the word, ‘streak’, and how it is used with ‘winning’, ‘losing’, and ‘scoring’.