Women’s World Cup 2019: Day 8 – England vs Argentina: Three games and three penalties. Day 8 produced three cracking games, and each one featured a spot kick.
Euro 2016 Preview – Group B: With the 2016 European Championships about to start we continue with our preview by focusing on Group B which includes England, Russia, Slovakia and Wales.
In this week’s football phrase we explain the phrase Three Lions
In the fourth of a series of listening worksheets to help you practice your English we focus on Group D which includes Italy, England, Uruguay and Costa Rica.
During the Euro 2012 tournament the languagecaster team will explain a football headline that has appeared in the English-speaking press. Today’s headline is ‘England’s familiar spot of bother’.
During the Euro 2012 tournament the languagecaster team will explain a football headline that has appeared in the English-speaking press. Today’s headline is Weave Done It – Roo heads winner with new hairdo
Listen to damian and Damon discuss the big matches this weekeend:Liverpool and Cardiff battle it out for the Carling Cup; the North London derby also takes place this weekend, while there are huge matches in Spain and Germany as well as a mouth-watering game between the top two in Italy.
The quarter final stages of the African Nations Cup gets under way, and this week, we also travel to Germany, Italy and England for some tasty ties.
This week’s languagecaster main listening report spotlights the Football League Cup in England – it’s format, history, some statistics, and cracking matches.
Fluminense, Santos, Juve, Shalke 04, Everton are some of the teams on this week’s languagecaster predictions. Newcastle v Everton ? -?
This week we explain the newspaper headline ROONEY RED CARD RUINS CAPELLO’S NIGHT
On this week’s predictions, in England some big derbies, a reminder that the FA Cup is under way, and top games from Serie A and the Bundesliga.
With less than a year to go until the European Championships kick off in Poland and the Ukraine the qualifying rounds in Europe are starting to hot up. With the two hosts already qualified, there remain 14 other spots to fill – the nine group winners and the remaining five will come from a series of play-offs involving the runners-up. On this week’s main report we take a look at how the groups are shaping up.
This week we cast our eye around the world to take in games from Japan, where the season gets underway again after the terrible earthquake and tsunami, Argentina, Spain, England, and the Champions League semi-final first legs
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Fabio Capello has been in charge of England for three years yet he feels he only needs 100 words to get his message across. Therefore, this week’s main report wonders whether a football manager needs to be able to speak the language of his or her players.