Man U v Spurs is the stand out clash of this weekend’s Premier League fixtures. Tottenham visit Old Trafford after finding some form in their last few games, while Manchester United are still struggling at home.
http://media.blubrry.com/footballlanguage/p/languagecaster.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/pod.261116.ChelseavSpurs.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 8:14 — 3.8MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreThis weekend sees our 15th podcast of the season and we look at one of the big London derbies of the season: Chelsea v Spurs. We […]
Languagecaster Predictions: 2016-17 Premier League – Chelsea v Spurs
Do you love football? Do you want to improve your English skills? Languagecaster’s podcast has three sections: a review of the footballing news, football language explained, and our predictions battle – this week’s games discussed are Hull City versus Chelsea, West Ham hosting Middlesbrough, and the stand out fixture – Tottenham Hotspur taking on unbeaten Manchester City.
We have reached week seven in the Premier League and there are some great match ups this weekend, including Spurs v Man City.
Languagecaster Predictions: 6-pointer Latest Score: Damon 134 | Damian 145 | Guests 114 [TABLE=478]If you would like to join our predictions battle as a guest predictor, get in touch by leaving a comment. Check out these useful pages to practice the English needed to talk about guessing the score of football matches. Practice some language […]
It’s derby time again, and this weekend sees the North London derby between Tottenham and Arsenal + derbies from Germany, Holland, and Italy.
On this week’s podcast we have a main listening practice report from our 2012 archives on goalkeepers along with English for football.
On this week’s review section we congratulate Hearts, Hibernian and Wigan and we smile at Muamba’s release from hospital but are sad at the death of Italian player Morosini and are amazed at the behaviour of Chelsea Fans
On this week’s main listening report we look ahead to this weekend’s FA Cup semi-finals which sees both games involving two local rivals.
On this week’s predictions we focus on semi-finals: The FA Cup and Champions League semi-finals. Will we see Damon and Damian’s teams in the final at Wembley in May?
On this week’s main listening report we look back at some of the big stories from the football world in 2011. Part one will feature January to June while part two will focus on July to December.
In this week’s review section, we look back at stories from the North London and Merseyside derbies.
Your Favourite Team’s Best Ever XI: What has been the best ever side to represent your favourite club? In the sixth podcast of season 6, the team at languagecaster.com takes a look at Tottenham’s best ever side – the 1961 Double-winning side.
Who is the greatest player to have played for your favourite team? What was your greatest moment as a fan? Who has been your favourite manager? These and other similar questions are often asked by football supporters all over the world and so on this week’s main report we ask what has been the best ever side in your favourite club’s history with Damian focusing on the Spurs team from 1961-63.
Congratulations to Dortmund on winning the Bundesliga title, poor refereeing decisions allow Chelsea a chance of catching Man Utd in England, while a racism row is brewing in France. These stories appear on this week’s good, bad and ugly – for all learners of English who love football.