What does the verb ‘to rubbish’ mean? This week’s English for football phrase explains the phrase ‘to rubbish reports’
Top of the table clashes from England and Spain dominate this week’s predictions battle as Man City play Arsenal and Liverpool travel to Spurs, while we also have games from Italy and Germany.
How much do you know about the 2014 World Cup Draw? Take our football language quiz to find out.
Some really exciting matches this week including the last games of the 2013 J-League season, top-of-the-table clashes in Germany and England and the Champions League group stages.
What does a ‘one-two’ in football mean?
What does the phrase ‘seen them given’ mean? This football expression suggests that the referee could have awarded a penalty but did not.
There is a full set of Premier League fixtures being played this Tuesday and Wednesday so we thought we’d try and predict the results.
In this week’s podcast for learners of English who love football, we have our three regular features: our main report about football controversies, a new football phrase and our weekly predictions battle.
Languagecaster predictions take a look at a big big game in Holland between Feyenoord and PSV, a six-pointer in the Premier League at the foot at the table
On this week’s football podcast for learners of English we feature the language of football badges as well as look back at some of our predictions and we also explain a new football expression.
After all the excitement of the World Cup qualifiers we return to club football this week with a huge derby in Spain (Sevilla-Betis), some top-of-the-table clashes in England and Germany as well as a very interesting Champions League game
What does the expression ‘hot favourites’ mean? This week’s English for football phrase looks at the word ‘favourites’
What does to ply one’s trade mean in football?
The language of World Cup qualifiers, to net, and a host of predictions!
What kind of language is used to describe the World Cup play-offs?
What does the verb ‘to net’ mean?