This week’s English for football is the expression to receive a call up
This week’s English for football phrase is nothing to do with winning, losing or tactics but instead is all about a piece of sports clothing known as the snood.
Slump: When a team is not playing well for a long period of time we can say that they are going through a slump…
To clinch: This means to grab or in football to win, to attain. We use this expression when talking about winning prizes, awards, competitions and cups.
To turn a corner: the languagecaster team explain a football phrase or cliché for learners of English who love the sport.
This week’s English for football phrase is to fear a backlash which means to be provoked into a reaction after something strange or surprising has taken place.
This week we feature the cliche ‘form is temporary, class is permanent
This week’s English football phrase is the expression to play to the whistle which basically means to keep playing until you hear the referee blow his whistle to stop the game.
Stake a claim: This week’s expression is ‘to stake a claim’. Click on the link below to hear the word or phrase and you can also read…
This week we look at the phrase ‘to rue missed chances’ which is used to describe the feeling a team has when they continually miss scoring opportunities.
Weekly Football Phrase: To receive a call up – This week we explain the phrase ‘to receive a call up’which is connected to international caps
This week’s English for Football phrase is a turn up for the books
To stick it in the net: This week we explin the expression ‘to stick it in the net‘, which means to score a goal.
This week’s English phrase for football is ‘to pull something out of the bag
This week’s English for Football phrase is ‘to spare your blushes‘.
This week’s English for Football phrase is ‘first-choice keeper’.
Football Phrase of the Week – A Pulsating Game:
Football, like life, is full of cliches and on today’s post we are going to be talking about a classic – one that everyone in the game knows about: To be as sick as a parrot.
Football, like life, is full of cliches and on today’s post we are going to be talking about a classic – one that everyone in the game knows about: To be over the moon.
World Cup Phrase of the Day: Littered with fouls: Every day during the World Cup, the languagecaster team explain a football phrase …