2019-20 Tottenham vs Liverpool: The Languagecaster derby took place last Saturday with league leaders Liverpool coming out on top at Tottenham’s new stadium and in this podcast we take a look at some of the language that emerged from the game. We also have a language quiz, an explanation of a football cliche ‘to walk the ball into the net’ and much more.
2019-20 Liverpool vs Manchester United: The big game this weekend sees league leaders Liverpool host their big rivals Manchester United on Sunday – can United be the first side to defeat Liverpool this season? In-form Watford take on Tottenham on Saturday, while Manchester City play Crystal Palace and La Liga returns at the weekend with Real Madrid hosting Sevilla in the big game between second and fourth.
Agüero Breaks Henry Record: In this football language post we explain a newspaper headline from the Metro (January 12th 2020) which is all about Sergio Agüero’s record-breaking goals in the win over Aston Villa.
Newspaper Headline: Reiss is the word
2019 Festive Football Language Review: On this additional football-language podcast we look back at some of the language that emerged from the festive football fixtures in England, including words and phrases about injuries, VAR and going unbeaten…
2019 Review of the Year Quiz: How much do you remember from the 2019 football year? What’s the difference between xG and VAR, who won the 2019 Copa America and who was voted the best player in the world? All these, and more, can be found in our end of year quiz. Good luck!
So VAR Out Of Sight: In this football language post we explain a newspaper headline from the Daily Star (December 30th 2019) which is all about VAR.
Learn English Through Football Podcast: 2019-20 Arsenal vs Manchester City: On this week’s football-language podcast we look ahead to the big game from the Premier League: Arsenal vs Manchester City. We also review some football language from the week, including sign a new deal and scrappy, we also have another football-language quiz question and of course have some predictions from the big games this week.
2019-20 Champions League Final Group Matches: On this week’s football-language podcast we take a look back at some of the big football-language stories from the week, explain some new football language, offer some predictions and look ahead to the final set of Champions League matches that take place this week.
In this football language post we look at the phrase ‘to Plant a Header’, used to describe a type of header.
Crossword: The language of passing and tackling
2019 Copa Libertadores Final – River Plate vs Flamengo: The biggest game in South American football takes place this weekend – the Copa Libertadores final between Flamengo and River Plate. In this extra listening practice post we take a look at some of the stories surrounding this huge game and of course look at some of the language used to talk about the game.
In this football language podcast we look at the verb ‘ping’ and the two main ways it is used in football.
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Welcome to the seventh week of the 2019-20 Languagecaster Predictions Competition. Play against Damon, Damian and lots of football-language fans around the world in our predictions battle.
On this week’s football-language podcast, the languagecaster team review the footballing news, explain the words ‘clip’ and ‘trounce’ and see how they are used in football, we also look ahead to some of the big games from next week in our predictions – we’ll focus on the English League Cup 4th Round and some of the big games from next weekend. We also have our weekly football language quiz question which is all about the language of heavy defeats – sorry Southampton fans!