English Through Football Podcast: 2018-19 Liverpool vs Chelsea

A huge weekend of football sees the two unbeaten sides at the top of the Premier League table face off, the top two in Serie A play each other, the Rome derby and the Madrid derby also take place! We’ll talk about the good, the bad and the ugly news from last week, feature some English phrases used in football, including the cliche ‘no one is biger than the club’ and try to predict some of the games in the Premier League in our predictions competition.

2018-19 Liverpool vs ChelseaA huge weekend of football sees the two unbeaten sides at the top of the Premier League table face off, the top two in Serie A play each other, the Rome derby and the Madrid derby also take place! We’ll talk about the good, the bad and the ugly news from last week, feature some English phrases used in football, including the cliche ‘no one is biger than the club‘ and try to predict some of the games in the Premier League in our predictions competition. If you’d like the transcript and a worksheet to the show – great for learners and teachers of English – please show your support by becoming a patron (through Patreon) and if you have questions or comments, email us at: admin@languagecaster.com (Damian=DF, Damon=DB).

English Through Football Podcast: 2018-19 Liverpool vs Chelsea

Transcript of the show

DB: You are listening to Languagecaster’s football-language podcast. Hello and welcome to the show for all those who love the game of football and who want to improve their English skills too. My name’s Damon and I’m based in Tokyo. This week we are a little bit late again and also Damian cannot join us. Things are a bit busy at languagecaster.com. Apologies.

In Japan, we just recovered from another typhoon sweeping the country. I hope wherever you are you’ve had a better week of weather. No, let’s get started, and I’m going to start with the news from last week’s football. If you a supporter of languagecaster.com via Patreon, you can access the transcript for the whole show and a worksheet for this section.

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DB: Yes, you are listening to languagecaster.com. Please do think about supporting us by becoming a patron through Patreon – just follow the links on our site. It helps us keep the show on the road! OK. Here’s the good from last week’s news.

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