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2016 Champions League Preview: This weekend in Milan sees the final of the Champions League between two rivals from Madrid: Atlético and Real
In this week’s football review we congratulate Juventus, commiserate with Real Madrid and simply do not understand Boca Juniors fans.
In this week’s football review section we look back at some of the football stories from last weekend including: Chelsea, Newcastle and Iker Casillas
In this week’s football review section we look back at some of the big stories from the world of football to help learners of English improve their vocabulary. This week we congratulate Gareth Bale on his world-record transfer, worry about England’s injury crisis and hope Wayne Rooney can recover soon.
2012 The Big European Leagues: On this week’s podcast, languagecaster takes alook at the Premier League, the Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and La Liga.
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 preview the Champions League Semi-final second legs that are both delicately poised: Real Madrid face Bayern Munich while on Tuesday Barcelona host Chelsea
In this week’s review of the footballing action we focus on swansea’s rise, Inter Milan’s unbeaten run and a bad week for Real Madrid’s pepe.
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)
n this week’s review of the footballing action, we take a look back at the first El Clásico of the season, wonder what has happened to Bolton and hear about a clash in the Ajax boardroom.
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.
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.
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
La Liga strike is over, Mourinho and Nasri: This week’s Good, the Bad and the Ugly features stories about La Liga strike, Jose Mourinho and Samir Nasri – complete with vocabulary support
The 2011 Spanish League season has ended and on this week’s main report we take a look back at some of the highs and lows of the La Liga.
Leo Messi lights up a nasty Champions League semi-final, one that had been darkened by Jose Mourinho, while Darren Gibson decides that twitter is not for him. You can listen to these and other stories on our weekly podcast where can find explanations of key vocabulary
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.
The Copa del Rey