2019-20 Arsenal vs Everton and Chelsea vs Tottenham: The Premier League returns after its short mid-week break and this week sees some huge fixtures particularly for those fighting for the Champions League places and those teams wishing to avoid relegation. We also explain a football language phrase connected to shooting, look back at some of the good, bad and ugly from the first set of matches from the last-16 in the Champions League, while we also have a football-language quiz question and some predictions.
2019-20 Champions League Last 16: English Through Football Podcast – 2019-20 Champions League Last 16: The Champions League returns after a two-month break with the first four games from the last 16 being played on Tuesday and Wednesday next week. In this podcast we look ahead to all the matches taking place in the knock-out stage and offer a prediction or two!
I’ll be talking about two phrases you’ll hear in football – half volley and daisy cutter
2019-20 – Madrid Derby: It’s the 2019-20 Madrid derby which should be a cracker! We’ll discuss some of the language that featured in that game along with some of the other big games frm the weekend. We explain the terms, ‘to swoop for’ and to ‘walk the league’ and we’ll also feature a football language quiz question connected with derbies.
2019-20 – FA Cup 4th Round: This week, we look at the phrase interfering with play, and we also have a football language quiz question on…
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2019-20 Tottenham vs Liverpool: The Languagecaster derby took place last Saturday with league leaders Liverpool coming out on top at Tottenham’s new stadium and in this podcast we take a look at some of the language that emerged from the game. We also have a language quiz, an explanation of a football cliche ‘to walk the ball into the net’ and much more.
2019 Festive Football Language Review: On this additional football-language podcast we look back at some of the language that emerged from the festive football fixtures in England, including words and phrases about injuries, VAR and going unbeaten…
2019-20 Champions League Final Group Matches: On this week’s football-language podcast we take a look back at some of the big football-language stories from the week, explain some new football language, offer some predictions and look ahead to the final set of Champions League matches that take place this week.
Today I’ll be talking about the verb phrase ‘knock on the door’ and how it is used in football.
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.
2019-20 Manchester City vs Chelsea: Domestic football returns this week after the European Championship and World Cup qualifiers that took place over the past few days. We look back at some of those games and the language that emerged form them. We also have a football-language quiz, explain some football language and try and make some predictions from the upcoming Champions League group games.
2019-20 Ireland vs Denmark: On this week’s football-language podcast we review the football news and focus on international games. We also explain two football language phrase – to cushion and to be dropped – in our football language section…
On this week’s football-language podcast we review the football news from the week, explain the phrase, ‘fitness test’, we also look ahead to some of the big games from next week in our predictions – we’ll focus on the big top-of-the-table clash in the Premier League between Liverpool and Manchester City. We also have our weekly football language quiz question which is all about the verb ‘to take’ and how it is used in football.
On this week’s football-language podcast, the languagecaster team review the footballing news, explain the words ‘clip’ and ‘trounce’ and see how they are used in football, we also look ahead to some of the big games from next week in our predictions – we’ll focus on the English League Cup 4th Round and some of the big games from next weekend. We also have our weekly football language quiz question which is all about the language of heavy defeats – sorry Southampton fans!
…looks back at the Champions League game between Tottenham and Crvena Zvezda and looks at language connected to the phrase to turn the corner.
On this week’s football-language podcast we look back at some of the action from the European Championship qualifiers, we
also explain a new phrase, ‘to flap’, ask a football-language quiz question about derbies and of course we look ahead to some of the big games being played this week in our predictions.
2020 European Championship Qualifiers – Switzerland v Ireland: On this week’s football-language podcast, we take a look at some of last week’s news from the footballing world. We also explain some football language, this week we have ‘misfiring’, and have a football-language related quiz question. To wrap up the show we have our predictions, where we look at three of the big upcoming games from around the world, including the massive clash, Manchester United vs Liverpool.
On this week’s football-language podcast take a look at the news from the past week in the football world. We will be talking the language of football, explaining the phrase ‘work the keeper’, discuss the language of goalkeeping mistakes, as well as bringing you a football language quiz question. And in our predictions, we’ll be taking a look at three big games coming up over the next week.
2019-20 Chelsea vs Liverpool: On this week’s football-language podcast we look back at the action from the first set of games in the Champions League, we also explain a new phrase ‘draw a foul’, ask a football-language quiz question and of course we look ahead to some of the big games being played this week in our predictions.