This week’s main listening report is from our 2012 Archives. It focuses on an often overlooked position in the team, the goalkeeper.
Congratulations to Bayern for winning their fifth European Cup/Champions League title after defeating Dortmund 2-1 at Wembley.
This week, we spotlight the Liverpool stalwart Jamie Carragher, who is hanging up his boots this Sunday in a final league game against Queens Park Rangers.
5 Great Wembley FA Cup Finals: On this week’s main listening report we preview the FA Cup final by taking a look back at five of the most memorable finals to have taken place at Wembley Stadium.
This week’s main report takes a look at one of the most famous rivalries in English football – the Merseyside Derby.
This week’s main report we look back at the 2013 Champions League semi-final first leg matches that saw the two German side come out on top against the best of Spain. We also ask whether they can hang on to make it to Wembley in May?
On this report we feature some of the language Damian and Damon use when describing football predictions.
This week’s main report discusses some of the language of referees.
This week sees the first legs of the Champions League quarter-finals taking place. This year sees three Spanish sides, two from Germany and one from France, Turkey and Italy – that’s right, none from England – all battling to make the final that takes place at Wembley in May.
On this week’s main report, we look at three of the common injuries footballers suffer and the language of injuries.
Last week, we looked at the language of scoring goals and this week we continue, but we focus on how to describe setting up the goal.
On this week’s main report, look at some of last weekend’s articles from the respected Guardian newspaper in the UK to show the ways journalists and fans describe how goals are scored.
This weekend sees the second North London derby of the season – one of the biggest derbies in English football – between Tottenham and Arsenal. In this report we feature five important things about the North London derby.
It is the final of the League Cup this weekend so on this week’s main report we take a look at the third trophy of English football: The League Cup.
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The 2012-13 Champions League knock-out stage starts next week with 16 teams battling it out to try and reach the final that takes place on 25th May at Wembley Stadium. The two-legged ties promise to be mouth-watering affairs and so on this week’s main football report the languagecaster team looks ahead to some top European club action.
A transfer is when a footballer moves from one club to another and this can come about in two ways: either the club decides to sell the player or the player chooses to leave the club. On this week’s main listening report we look at language related to football transfers.
On this week’s main listening report we look at some of the language of the FA Cup.
This weekend sees the start of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations that takes place in South Africa. On this week’s main listening report the languagecaster team previews the four groups and even dares to make a prediction.
Is it OK to ‘bend the rules’ in football; Is it ever OK to cheat? This week’s main report discusses what cheating in football.