This week’s English for football phrase is to pledge your future.
What is the meaning of ‘break the deadlock’ in football?
English Football Phrase: To Thump A Team
English football expression: To be cagey
English Football Phrase: To give the ball away cheaply
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This week’s football phrase or cliche for learners of English is run riot
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This week’s English for football expression is the phrase to be a handful which means that something or someone is difficult to handle or control.
The winter transfer window is about to close, meaning that clubs have only a few more days to buy, sell, loan and trade players.
Football Cliché: To run your socks off
What’s the meaning of the cliche ‘collector’s item’?
Football phrases for learners of English: 12th Man
This week’s English for Football expression is no pushovers. The basic meaning is when a team suggests that it will not be beaten easily despite what many people think, i.e. they are weak.
The language of football transfers in 4 easy steps: In this post we take a look at the language of football transfers. There is also a short vocabulary list at the foot of this post.
This week’s English for football is to give a roasting to, which is used to indicate that someone is criticising someone harshly