Learn English Through Football Podcast: Football in India

Learn English Through Football On this week’s Learning English Through Football Podcast we have our three regular features: a main report on the new Indian Super League, an explanation of a new football phrase – this week it is ‘back four‘, while we finish up with predictions from games in England, Italy, Spain and, of course, India.

Learn English Through Football: Football in India

  • Listen only to the main report here – the transcript and vocabulary will help you understand key phrases and improve your language skills. Some key words this week include: to draw someone in.
  • This week’s predictions feature big games from Italy, England, Spain, France and India

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  • I really don’t get over why India such a big country with a population of over 1 million of people is not good at football.I would like to see India in a world cup but as far as I know India football team is rubbish.Look at Uruguay that having just 3 million population have bunch of players playing around the world and above all have a great football team.Yet,They’ve been world cup champions once.Greetings from Peru all of you guys and I hope to see my team playing again in a world cup.It’s been so many years since we last played one.

    • Hello Raulito,
      Good to hear from you – some interesting comments indeed. I agree that it is a little strange to see not only India with over 1 billion people but also China with an even bigger population struggling to make any headway on the world football stage. I think your example of Uruguay is a really good one – how has such a small country been able to consistently produce top class players throughout the years? As for Peru, I am sure that they will return to the World Cup at some stage – do they have any good young players coming through? Who is the national team manager? How about Solano, would he ever think of becoming the national team manager?

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