This week’s football phrase is ‘to award a penalty’
Football language quiz from languagecaster.com. This week is a review of our previous 4 quizzes!
How good is your football vocabulary? This is languagecaster.com’s weekly football language review quiz with five questions for you to answer.
What are the football words of the year? Nadeshiko? Why always me?
Weekly Football Phrase: To be complacent
This week’s languagecaster football phrase is ‘rout’, which can be both a noun: a rout and a verb to rout
On this week’s show we feature the phrase ‘to go missing’
On this week’s show we feature the phrase ‘to pit against’.
On this week’s show we feature the phrase to be all over (a team)
Who has been winding who up in the football world – and what does ‘to wind up’ mean? Check out the latest football phrase from langaugecaster.com
Who was running around like a ‘headless chicken’ last weekend – Check out languagecaster’s English for football phrase to find out.
Who is your team’s talisman? – languagecaster.com’s weekly football phrase
This week’s languagecaster football phrase is – To lay down a marker. Do you think Man City laid down a marker by beating United 6-1?
This week’s football Phrase is The Table Doesn’t Lie – complete with transcript
On this week’s show we feature the phrase to secure a berth
Each week the languagecaster team will explain a football phrase or cliche for learners of English who love the sport. This week we explain the phrase ‘spare your blushes’.
This week’s English for football phrase is to be ruled out. To be ruled out means to be prevented, to be stopped from doing something.
Another new English for football phrase from the languagecaster team – this week to have one foot in
To be well worth the lead: not only is a team winning but that the team is playing well
Football Expression: To step up their interest