It’s World Cup year and on this week’s Listening Report we have chosen a report from our archives on World Cup stars. This report is on Maradona, arguably one of the best football players ever.
Seven stages of being a football manager: Managers have yet again been in the news this week and so on this week’s football-language podcast we take a look back at one of our 2009 posts that looks at some of the language used to describe the role of the football manager.
2014 World Cup Review: Here is the second in our series of short listening reports that look back at the Brazil 2014 World Cup. After looking at the fans in the previous report this time we ask what was the good, the bad and the ugly of the tournament.
In the first of a series of short listening reports about the 2014 World Cup we take a look at some of the fans.
The World Cup is a week old already and all the teams have played at least once so in this report from Brazil we review some of the best and worst so far of Brazil 2014.
It is nearly time for the 2014 World Cup to kick off in Sao Paulo Brazil. Damian is on his way (the last I heard he was stuck in Sao Paulo airport on his way to Recife) and it’s about time we made a few predictions on how the tournament will turn out.
In the fourth of a series of listening worksheets to help you practice your English we focus on Group D which includes Italy, England, Uruguay and Costa Rica.
World Cup 2014 Listening Report: Group C: In the third of a series of listening worksheets to help you practice your English we focus on Group C which includes Colombia, Greece, Ivory Coast and Japan.
World Cup 2014 Listening Worksheet: Group B. In the second of a series of listening worksheets to help you practice your English we focus on Group B which includes Spain, Holland, Chile and Australia.
Listening Worksheet: Group A In the first of a series of listening worksheets to help you practice your English we focus on Group A which includes Brazil, Croatia, Mexico and Cameroon.
2013-14 Season Review: After almost 11 months the 2013-14 European season has finally come to an end and so in this week’s report we take a quick look back at some of the winners and losers of the past season.
On this week’s main report we take a look back at some of the previous reports we have done here at Languagecaster.com on the FA Cup.
What’s your favourite World Cup moment? Languagecaster’s main listening report brings two fans’ memorable moments.
With the recent sacking of Manchester United boss David Moyes we take a look at some of the words and phrases used when a manager loses his or her job.
After last week’s report on the English Premier League run-in we focus this week on Spain’s title race in which three teams are battling for the 2014 La Liga.
This week’s listening report focuses on the contenders for the Premier League title. We take a look the contenders and weigh up their chances.
An interview with James Broadbridge, author for atama-ii books, on his new book featuring the Jules Rimet Cup and Brazil.
This listening report is all about the Euro 2016 Qualifying Draw
Eyes in Europe are on the race for the titles, but in the USA, the MLS has made the news again with David Beckham’s plans for a new team grabbing headlines.
Most European football seasons have passed the halfway mark and so we take a look at the big five European leagues and ask who will finish champions come May.