This phrase is connected to counter-attacking football. The phrase sucker punch originally comes from boxing and means to hit or punch...
What does the verb 'to rubbish' mean? This week's English for football phrase explains the phrase 'to rubbish reports'
This week's English for football phrase is the expression,which is becoming a bit of a cliche, 'unplayable'.
What does the phrase 'seen them given' mean? This football expression suggests that the referee could have awarded a penalty but did not.
This week's English for football phrase is the expression 'to cut inside'.
What does the expression 'hot favourites' mean? This week's English for football phrase looks at the word 'favourites'
This week's English for football phrase is 'to net'. This verb is another way of saying to score a goal, for ...
What does 'salvage a point' in football mean?
What does the phrase 'to see off' mean? Find out by coming along to languagecaster.com
What does 'to be denied a point' mean in football? This week's English for football phrase is the expression 'to be denied'.
What is a 'bad day at the office?' This week's English for football phrase introduces this cliche.
This week languagecaster.com introduces the English for football phrase 'half-chance' which is used in football...
For this week's football phrase, Langaugecaster explains a way of describing a shot or a pass - to dink.
This week's football phrase is the verb 'to sack'. This means to fire someone, to tell them to leave their job.
What do we mean by a goalmouth scramble? This week languagecaster.com introduces the English for football phrase 'to scramble'.
What do we mean by the phrase 'top drawer' when we use it in a football match?
This week languagecaster.com introduces the English for football phrase 'injury crisis'.
Which players combine well in your team? Find out ore about this phrase in our Weekly Football Phrase post at languagecaster.com
Weekly Football Phrase: To start the new season, we look at the phrase 'curtain raiser', a phrase which is used to introduce the first...
This week's English for Football expression is the phrase 'to agree a deal' which is often used in the transfer window
Fixtures: A series of matches; a set of games to be played. The fixtures for the football season in England usually appear in June.