Newspaper Headline: Valentine’s Day Massacre – In this football language post we explain a newspaper headline from the Daily Mirror which is about UEFA’s decision to ban Manchester City from the Champions League over the next two seasons. This decision was made public on 14th February which is of course Valentines Day!
2019-20 Manchester City vs Manchester United: On this week’s football-language podcast – Manchester City vs Manchester United, Damon reviews the football news – with stories from South America, the Champions League, and north London.
http://media.blubrry.com/footballlanguage/p/languagecaster.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/pod.091218.Chelsea.Man_.City_.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 11:49 — 10.9MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreChelsea vs Manchester City is the big game in the Premier League this week, and it features in our predictions at the end of the show. There’s […]
It’s the business end of the season and Chelsea v Manchester City is the big game at the weekend. There’s also Liverpool v Newcastle, a tie that traditionally serves up plenty of goals.
It’s week 18 in the Premier League and the big game is The Citizens v The Lilywhites: Manchester City v Tottenham.
This week sees some big derbies in the Premier League. The Merseyside derby, with Liverpool hosting Everton at Anfield and a crunch game at the top between the two Manchester sides
Man City v Liverpool: This week we feature a big game from Manchester
It’s a top of the table clash this weekend in the Premier League as leaders Chelsea go to title favourites Manchester City.
This week’s listening practice report looks at this year’s Capital One League Cup final between Liverpool and Manchester City.
On this week’s review section we salute the new champions of England, while Aston Villa fire their manager and Joey Barton also feature in our bad and ugly sections.
This week’s football cliche is ‘It’s the hope that kills you’
On this week’s main listening report we interview a Manchester United fan and a Manchester City fan and ask them what they think will happen next Monday when their teams clash in the Manchester Derby.
In this week’s review of the footballing action, we congratulate Manchester City, wonder how long Ronaldo will be out after picking up a nasty illness and spotlight Liverpool’s controversial defence of their banned Uruguayan striker, Suarez.
Football Review of 2011: This week’s main listening report looks back at some of the big stories from the football world in 2011 (July-December)
The Club World Cup kicks off in Tokyo, there is El Clásico in La Liga and some big games in England, France and Italy on this week’s languagecaster predictions.
Shankley’s 10 game rule and how three of the big leagues in Europe stand now – The Premier League, La Liga and the Bundesliga.
The European football season is back and so on this week’s predictions – the first of the 2011-12 season – Damon and Damian predict some of the big footballing battles that take place this week. The main focus is on the Premier League but there are also games from the Bundesliga and the qualifying round of the Champions League.
[print_link] | Teaching Ideas The new season has nearly started and languagecaster.com has asked some fans what they think about their teams chances in the next year of football. We kick off this series of posts with Dave, a Manchester City supporter reflecting on the new money at his club and the possibility of breaking […]
Being a fan: Manchester City
Good Good for Man City fans as it’s raining money at Eastlands after Abu Dahbi United (not a football team) swooped to buy the Sky Blues off under fire previous owner Thaksin Shinawatra. They then sealed the transfer coup of the summer, landing Robinho from Real Madrid for 32.4 million pounds. Next targets are rumoured […]