In this football language post we explain the adjective ‘flighted’ , which is often used with the nouns ball and cross.
In this football language post we explain how the word ‘release’ can be used in football. It is used with contracts and transfers and also passes.
Square pass: The football expression ‘square ball’; ‘square pass’ sounds rather strange but actually refers to a type of pass…
In this football language post we explain the adjective ‘sloppy’. This adjective is often used in connection with defending or passing.
In this football language podcast we look at the verb ‘ping’ and the two main ways it is used in football.
In this football language post we look at the noun ‘ball’ and how it is used in football and how it is connected with passing.
In this post we explain the football phrase ‘loose pass,’ used to describe a mistake. If you have questions or comments, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In football, what does the phrase ‘ knock it around’ mean?
What’s the meaning of the phrase ‘exchange of passes’?
What phrase can you use to describe the perfect cross, or a free kick that is impossible to stop? Check out this week’s English for football phrase.
What does a ‘one-two’ in football mean?
What kind of pass is a cut back?
Setting up goals: Last week, we looked at the language of scoring goals and this week we continue, but we focus on how to describe setting up the goal.
Who is in the news for a back pass this week? Check out languagecaster’s football glossary to find out.