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cushion

Football Language: Cushion

In this football language post we look at the noun 'cushion' and how it is used in football as a verb, adjective, and a noun

REDS LOOK HALF DONE

Football Language (a) Ball

In this football language post we look at the noun 'ball'  and how it is used in football and how it is connected with passing.

The Language of Diving

Football Language: (to) Clip

This post on the language of football explains the meanings of the verb 'to clip', which can be used in connection with shots and passes.

walk the title

Football Language: (to) Flap

This post on the language of football explains the meaning of the verb 'to flap', which is a word used in connection with goalkeeping

The language of misses

Football Language: Misfiring

This post on the language of football explains the meaning of the adjective 'misfiring', which is a word used to describe a team's...

streak

Football Language: Winning Streak

In this short post on the language of football, we explain the meaning of the word, 'streak', and how it is used with 'winning', 'losing'...

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Football Language: (to) Palm

This audio post on football language post explains the verb ‘to palm‘. This is used to describe an action by the goal keeper...

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Football Language: Pinpoint

This short football language post explains the adjective ‘pinpoint‘, and how it is used to describe a cross in football. If you...

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Football Language: (be) Toothless

In this post football language we explain the football expression 'to be toothless', which is an adjective used when talking about a team's...

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Football Language: Textbook

In this post football language we explain the football expression to ‘textbook‘, which is an adjective used to describe a...

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Football Language: (to) Snatch

In this post, we explain the verb ‘snatch‘, which is used in two ways in football. If you have questions or comments, email us...

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Football Language: Nailed On

This post explains the noun phrase 'nailed on'. If you have questions or comments, please email us at: admin@languagecaster.com.