Football Language Podcast – El Clásico 2020: Some huge games this week, with el Clásico in La Liga, Juventus versus Inter in Italy, the League Cup final in England and the ‘derby’ between Brighton and Hove Albion and Crystal Palace! In this show we discuss the football language phrase ‘under the cosh’, as well as some of the news from the football world this week, including some of the Champions League games that took place. There’s also a football language quiz question and some predictions at the end of the show.
I’ll be looking at a few phrases from our football glossary of soccer vocabulary in this episode, specifically phrases beginning with ‘under’ in our ‘U’ category
In this football language post we explain the phrase ‘Under the Cosh’. This phrase is often connected with attacking football.
This week’s football phrase is specific to the game in England and is ‘The Everton Cup’.
Learn English Through Football Podcast – (to) Set Up: This week’s football phrase is the verb phrase ‘to set up’
2019-20 – Madrid Derby: It’s the 2019-20 Madrid derby which should be a cracker! We’ll discuss some of the language that featured in that game along with some of the other big games frm the weekend. We explain the terms, ‘to swoop for’ and to ‘walk the league’ and we’ll also feature a football language quiz question connected with derbies.
Shank: We explain the word ‘shank’ in this podcast…
2019-20 Madrid derby: It’s the Madrid Derby this weekend – Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid. Along with that massive game, there are three key games in the Premier League. The first is Manchester City traveling to Tottenham Hotspur.
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In this football language post we explain the adjective ‘sloppy’. This adjective is often used in connection with defending or passing.