Although not really a football phrase, the expression behind closed doors has been in the football news this week…
This week’s football phrase is the term ‘back four’ which refers to a team’s defence.
When players are asked why they lost a game, often reply, ‘The other team wanted it more.’ This is our Weekly Football Phrase.
There are many ways to describe scoring a goal with your head and on this week’s phrase we take a look at one of them – ‘to head home’
In this week’s Weekly Football Phrase we explain the cliche ‘Six of one and half a dozen of the other’
In our listening report this week we focus on Manchester United’s poor start to the 2014-15 season and in particular their defeat in the Capital One Cup and so this week’s football expression is ‘a hiding’
What is one of the most common injuries in football? This week’s weekly football phrase talks about the word – sprain
What does the phrase ‘to double the advantage’ mean in football?
It’s the weekend before the Premier league season starts so the traditional pre-season game between last season’s FA Cup and Premier League winners takes place at Wembley: The Community Shield
The transfer window for the 2014-15 European football season is open which means that clubs are busy trying to buy and sell players. Today’s football expression looks at the phrase ‘to line up a bid for someone’