In our listening report this week we focus on Manchester United’s poor start to the 2014-15 season and in particular their defeat in the Capital One Cup and so this week’s football expression is ‘a hiding’
Two weeks ago we looked ahead to the new Premier League season but we did not foresee the troubles that Manchester United and their new manager would be facing.
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.
On this week’s review section we salute the champions of Spain and Holland, wonder what happened to Manchester United and are shocked to see a manager attack a player in Italy.
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.
On this week’s show we feature the phrase ‘to make a comeback’
In this week’s review of the footballing action, we congratulate Manchester United, wonder about Luis Suarez and look on in shock at the Dutch Cup.
On this week’s predictions we look at a top-of-the-table clash between two English rivals, a huge derby in Holland as well as the big games from Spain and France.
On this week’s predictions we look at some of the big games from England, a top-of-the-table clash in Spain and a huge rivalry in Italy, as well as two big games from the Champions League.
It’s Champions League Group Stage time! Which one is the group of death? Which teams are the dark horses? And which big teams have the easiest rides? We’ve got it all at languagecaster.com
All this week’s stories come from the opening fixtures of the English Premier League.
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.
This week’s podcast features one of the greatest managers in the modern game: Sir Alex Ferguson.
With Manchester United on the verge of a record-breaking 19th league title and a Champions League final to look forward to, this week languagecaster profiles the Red Devils Manager, Sir Alex Ferguson.
The Champions League has reached the semi-final stage and on this week’s show we preview the upcoming games between Schalke and Manchester United and of course the third clasico between Real Madrid and Barcelona.
• Spaniard primed for visit to Old Trafford on Sunday
• Torres pinpoints Wayne Rooney as United’s main threat