- Example: The player scored a cracker just before full-time to seal the victory
- Example: The game between Manchester City and Manchester United was an end-to-end cracker as both teams went for victory
This week, languagecaster.com introduce the football cliche 'it's a funny old game'.
Dead man walking: This refers to a manager who everyone knows will soon be sacked; will soon be fired. He will soon lose his job.
This week, languagecaster.com digs into its archives and brings you the football phrase 'smash and grab'.
This week's football phrase is 'to wrong-foot the defence', which means to do something to catch out the defence; to throw them off-balance...
Chickens Come Home to Roost: This expression is used to say that something bad has happened because of mistakes, or bad behaviour, in the...