World Cup Podcast 10 – The good and bad from 2010
Today’s World Cup phrase of the day is the expression to hold on.
World Cup Phrase of the Day: Scapegoat
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The World Cup group stages are all over and the business end of the tournament is about to start. Here are another set of talking points from last week in case you are struggling to keep up or simply have no idea what’s going on and you need some language for those World Cup conversations. […]
http://media.blubrry.com/footballlanguage/p/languagecaster.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/pod40eff.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (1.9MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | Blubrry | Email | TuneIn | RSS | More[print_link] | Subscribe: Predictions Current Score: DB 25 | DF 49 It’s here! The knockout stage, the last 16, squeaky bum time! In the two games today, we have […]
Today’s World Cup phrase of the day is to lack a creative spark.
On today’s show, languagecaster.com dissects France’s miserable performance at the World Cup. We also salute the four teams that have qualified for the knockout stages from Groups C and D and look ahead at today’s games.
Implode is a word used to describe a team, or team performance that is so bad it damages the chances of the team…
World Cup Phrase of the Day: A Howler!
It’s the last group, and while Group A kicked off last night, Group H teams will be waiting a for a few more days before they see any action. here’s the low down on the good looking soccer stars of the final group!
This one is hot! Full of latin scowls and machismo, a dash of African rugged good looks and a hint of the mysterious East – it’s got it all. Yeh baby! Group G!
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Today, we turn our eyes to Group F, which contains the World Cup holders, Italy. It’s getting closer to kick off and languagecaster.com will soon start it’s World Cup podcast, which will be uploaded three times a week. Let us know if you’ve got any other suggestions for which players are on your radar!
It’s group E. And what a colourful group it is too! Adidas, Puma and Nike on display as well as some good looking stars again. Three days until the World Cup and three more groups to go. Let us know if you’ve got any other suggestions for who’s hot!
Today it’s group D. With dark horses Serbia lurking behind the favourites Germany and Australia and Ghana tough opposition, this group is a difficult one to call. A great excuse to choose by fashion sense and looks then!. Don’t forget the stereotypical descriptions of the way the teams either
Crucial World Cup qualifiers this week – it’s squeaky bum time for managers, players and fans from a host of nations as another raft of places are up for grabs. This week’s guest predictor is Gareth, a Chelsea fan living in Germany. After last week, the guest team have started a roll! Current Score: Damon […]
On June 7 2008, the Japan National Team had a match in the 3rd Qualifier of the FIFA World Cup 2010 against Oman. This was the same opponent as last week in Japan but this time it kicked off at 5:15 PM in Masqat, Oman. The weather was astonishingly humid and muggy and because of […]
The Japanese national side played an Asian Qualifier for the South Africa World Cup 2010 on June 2 in Yokohama, which they won 3 – 0 against Oman. In this match, Shunsuke Nakamura (Celtic) and Daisuke Matsui (Saint-Étienne) played very well and I really admired their performances. They are definitely the key-players for Japan!! In five […]