On today’s football language listening post we look at a football expression linked to transfers - parent club.
In this post, we explain the football expression 'deadline-day signing' which is used to describe a player who has joined a new club
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This post explains the football phrase ‘Sign on a permanent deal’ which is often used when describing a transfer. Find out more...
This post explains Table a bidthe football phrase 'table a bid' which is often used when describing a transfer.
The transfer window is open for another ten days or so and so today's football phrase is 'free transfer'.
The transfer window for the 2014-15 European football season is open which means that clubs are busy trying to buy and sell players...
This week's English for Football expression is the phrase 'to agree a deal' which is often used in the transfer window
Bid: To make an offer for a player; to try and buy a player on a transfer
When a player changes from one club to another club; a transfer.
Signing: The new player at a team as she/he has come from another team on a transfer; they have been signed
To sign a player: When a club buys a new player from another club.
(to) Seal a deal: To complete a deal or transaction. In football we use it when talking about player transfers; the movement of players...
(to) Fall through: When a transfer or deal does not go ahead despite looking like it would do for a long time.
This week, languagecaster.com introduces the football phrase 'transfer window'. You can understand more about this phrase by reading the...
To land a player - To sign a player, to make a transfer; to secure; to get
Football Expression: To step up their interest