English Football Phrase: To Thump A Team
English Football Phrase: To give the ball away cheaply
This week’s football phrase or cliche for learners of English is run riot
This week’s English for football expression is the phrase to be a handful which means that something or someone is difficult to handle or control.
Football Cliché: To run your socks off
What’s the meaning of the cliche ‘collector’s item’?
Football phrases for learners of English: 12th Man
On this week’s show we introduce the phrase ‘Can’t win the title in August but you can lose it’.
This week’s English For Football phrase is the expression household name which simply means very well known.
This week’s English for football phrase is the expression the end justifies the means which has the general meaning of to do whatever it takes to reach a goal or target
This week’s English for football phrase is ‘to park the bus’.
This week languagecaster.com introduces the football phrase ‘squeaky-bum time’
Today’s English for football phrase is to be sewn up. This expression is a phrasal verb using the words sew and up and means to be successful in something you do.
Today’s English for football phrase is a recipe for disaster. This phrase combines two words: recipe, which means how to make a meal or drink, and disaster, which means a terrible event, a mess.
Take the game by the scruff of the neck
languagecaster.com introduces the English for football phrase ‘to be in the bag’.