This week’s Learn English through Football Podcast has three main sections: In the main report section, Damon looks ahead to this season’s Champions League group stages, while in our regular English for football section, we introduce the football phrase ‘top drawer’. In the last section of the show, we feature several games from the Premier League, Serie A as well as some of the big games from the Champions League.
This week’s Languagecaster Predictions feature games from the Premier League and a huge derby in Italy as well as a host of games from the Champions League group stage
In this week’s football review section we look back at some of the big stories from the world of football to help learners of English improve their vocabulary. This week we congratulate those sides making it into the Champions League group stage, report on the ‘bore-draw’ between Manchester United and Chelsea and look at why Fenerbahce are in trouble.
On this week’s predictions we focus on La Liga, Ligue 1, Serie A as well as the big game from England with Chelsea travelling to Manchester United.
Congratulations to Bayern for winning their fifth European Cup/Champions League title after defeating Dortmund 2-1 at Wembley.
On the final week of the 2013 languagecaster predictions battle we feature the Champions League final between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich. The Wembley final is not the only game this week as there is the Italian cup final, a vital Premier League promotion play-off, while the Brazilian football season also kicks off this weekend.
This week’s languagecaster podcast brings you more ‘language of predictions’ plus all our usual features.
On this week’s football podcast for learners of English, we look at the match ups in this year’s Champions League quarter-final first legs, while in our English for football section Damon introduces the phrase ‘to play off the park’.
On this week’s languagecaster predictions we feature big games from Italy and England as well as the four first leg quarter-finals from the Champions League.
Big relegation battles in England – a couple of six-pointers – as well as the big languagecaster derby as Liverpool take on Tottenham (Damon vs Damian). We also have the Ruhr derby from the Bundesliga and of course Barcelona-AC Milan next week in the Champions League.
Top-of-the-table clashes in Italy, a North London derby, another Clásico and Man United vs Real Madrid in the Champions League. Wow!
The 2012-13 Champions League knock-out stage starts next week with 16 teams battling it out to try and reach the final that takes place on 25th May at Wembley Stadium. The two-legged ties promise to be mouth-watering affairs and so on this week’s main football report the languagecaster team looks ahead to some top European club action.
Champions League: Annual competition for the top European club sides. It is a combination of group matches and then a knock-out system for the last 16 teams
Some very big games indeed this weekend sees three derbies with no love lost between the sides, while we also predict games from Italy and two big matches from the Champions League.
Lots of big matches this week, including a London derby and a top-of-the table clash in Italy, while we also feature some games from the Champions League group stages.
On this week’s review section we congratulate the new champions of Europe, the new champions of France and the new Italian Cup winners, while Bayern and Auxerre also feature in our bad and ugly sections.
This Saturday sees the culmination of the European football season – the UEFA Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Chelsea. Few would have predicted these two sides to meet in the final but what about predicting the winner? Are Chelsea’s name on the cup? Will Bayern’s home advantage count?Click on the poll below and let us know what you think.
2012 Champions League Semi-Final Preview: On this week’s main listening report we preview the 2012 Champions League Semi-final second legs that are both delicately poised: Real Madrid face Bayern Munich while on Tuesday Barcelona host Chelsea
8 teams are left in the CL: two teams from Spain, and one each from Germany, England, Italy, Portugal and surprisingly, Cyprus. Which teams will make it to the semis?
A globe trotting list of games on this week’s languagecaster predictions – Arsenal v Tigre, AC Milan v Barca, Kobe v Tokyo and more.