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Football Language: 2019 (to) Bundle Home

Bundle Home

Learn English Through Football Podcast – Bundle Home: Hi there everyone, my name is Damon from the languagecaster team. This is a short audio post on the language of football, and I’ll be looking at the verb phrase ‘to bundle home‘.  If you have questions or comments about this or any other football phrase, or you have your own suggestion, then email us at: . You can also find many more examples of soccer vocabulary by going to our football cliches page  and our huge football glossary. Just type into your browser

Football Language: 2019 (to) Bundle Home

First , let’s deal with the noun ‘home‘ in this phrase. It stands for ‘goal‘ or more precisely the area over the goal line and in the net. It is often collocated with verbs to describe the act of scoring.

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