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Welcome to The English Football Podcast, where we talk everything English footy has to offer in it's top 3 tiers. Covering all of the weeks action and giving our (probably inept) views on results, transfers, players and more. Showing just how useless football manager/Fifa knowledge really is in the real world of Football, join me Bayley and my brother Alfie (with possible special guests), and enjoy our rants over the nations favourite sport.
 
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On this week's football language podcast, we discuss some phrases from the sport of horse racing and how they are used in football, too. The post Horse Racing & Football – Football Language Podcast – 2021-22 Season appeared first on Learn English Through Football.저자 languagecaster.com
 
Nottingham Forest is set to play Huddersfield in the 2022 EFL Championship Final on Monday the 30th of May, but this is more than just a football game. Often called ‘the most lucrative match in football’, the winner will earn promotion to the Premier League and with it the riches that come. Although the prize money for winning the match is small, p…
 
Lift the trophy: We look back at some language from the two FA Cup finals that took place in England over the weekend: The men's final... The post Learning English Through Football Podcast: Lift The Trophy – 2022 FA Cup Finals appeared first on Learn English Through Football.저자 languagecaster.com
 
We are joined by another special guest: Fuki Ishibashi. Fuki currently plays for Melbourne Knights in the Victorian Premier League as a central defender. Since moving to Australia in 2020, he has played at various levels, signing on with the Knights for the 2022 season. This is his story of playing football in Australia.…
 
FA Cup Learning Resources: In this football language podcast we look back at some of our previous podcasts and posts on the FA Cup. The post Learning English Through Football Podcast: FA Cup Learning Resources appeared first on Learn English Through Football.저자 languagecaster.com
 
In this football language podcast for learners of English, we look at some of the words and phrases from the recent North London derby between Tottenham and Arsenal from a report from the Guardian newspaper and in particular how they described the three Spurs goals, including the words, 'flicked header'; 'converted penalty'; 'assured finish' and 's…
 
On this short football language podcast we look at some football language to talk about what match results mean, including ‘to sink’. The focus is a Guardian report on Sheffield Wednesday’s playoff match against Sunderland. The transcript for this podcast is available below, and you can also check out our massive glossary of footballing phrases […]…
 
What would you do with a cool £7m? Buy a luxury yacht? A penthouse suite? Maybe invest in your favourite football team? Or would you buy Diego Maradona’s 1986 World Cup kit? The shirt went up for auction this week and became the most expensive sports memorabilia item ever, selling for £7.1m. The shirt is of course best remembered for the Hand of Go…
 
A football pitch. Just a patch of grass where 22 players run around and kick a ball for a little bit, right? Well, maybe in the old-days. Maybe still at amateur level. But get anywhere near professional football, and that patch of grass becomes incredibly important and incredibly scientific. It can literally be the difference between a free-flowing…
 
In this football language podcast we look at the phrase 'to clinch the title' which has been used quite a lot over the past week as... The post Learn English through Football Podcast: To clinch the title – Bayern, PSG and Real Madrid appeared first on Learn English Through Football.저자 languagecaster.com
 
We look back at some of the words and phrases from the first leg Champions League semi-final between Manchester City and Real Madrid... The post Learn English Through Football Podcast: 3 Words – Man City v Real Madrid Champions League Semi-final appeared first on Learn English Through Football.저자 languagecaster.com
 
今週は、ヒルズボロの悲劇の後編をお送りします。なぜ、悲劇に終止符が打たれることなく何十年もその後も続かなければならなかったのか、その理由をお話しします。// Part two of the Hillsborough disaster, covering what happened in the hours, weeks, months, years and now even decades since.저자 Football & English
 
In this week's football language podcast we look at the game between Man City and Liverpool and the phrases 'title showdown' and... The post Learn English Through Football Podcast: Title Showdown – Manchester City vs Liverpool 2021-22 Season appeared first on Learn English Through Football.저자 languagecaster.com
 
At 5:19pm, Christian Eriksen was the first Danish player to step out onto the pitch at Parken. His team-mates waited a few seconds in the tunnel to let him have the stage to himself. The stadium in Copenhagen was about to be filled — kids with printed photos of Eriksen on sticks and shirts with his name and number 10 on the back ever-present in the…
 
This football language podcast looks at a short part of a match report and talks about some of the language of football used – including ‘all over the place’. The transcript for this podcast is available below, and you can also check out our huge glossary of footballing phrases here. Visit our site to access all […] The post All Over the Place – Fo…
 
Money and football are more connected than ever. And with that, human rights records and business dealings of Premier League club owners coming under increased scrutiny. But unless they’ve got an oligarch or state fund to pump money, it’s hard for clubs to keep up with the relentless rise of Premier League players’ wages and transfer fees. That mon…
 
We look back at some of the language from the incredible World Cup play-off match between Italy and North Macedonia in which the European champions were knocked out of the World Cup by a side that has never played in a World Cup before. The post Learn English Through Football Podcast: 2022 World Cup Qualifiers – Italy 0-1 North Macedonia appeared f…
 
In this football language podcast we take a look at the upcoming play-off matches in CAF to determine the 5 African qualification spots The post Learn English Through Football Podcast: 2022 CAF World Cup Qualifiers appeared first on Learn English Through Football.저자 languagecaster.com
 
We look at language from the Champions League game between Real Madrid and PSG and in particular at language connected to 'collapse'... The post Learn English Through Football Podcast: Collapse – Real Madrid v PSG Champions League 2022 appeared first on Learn English Through Football.저자 languagecaster.com
 
Handball is a common-sense thing. - If a player gets hit on the hand from a close distance: no handball. Fair. - If a player moves their arm towards the ball to block it: handball. Sensible. - If a player uses their arm or hand to score: handball. Pretty straightforward. - If a player uses their shoulder: no handball. Right? Well, historically, the…
 
Harry Kane and Son Heung-min wrote their names into the record books two weeks ago, after combining to devastating effect once again in Tottenham Hotspur's' 4-0 win at Leeds United. With the score at 3-0, Kane provided a sublime assist for Son to score, taking the pair's goal combinations in the Premier League to a record 37. Their tally beats the …
 
In this week's football language podcast for learners of English, we look back at some of the language from the Manchester derby between City and United. In particular, we look at the phrases 'outclass'; 'over-run' and 'restore their lead'. The post Learn English through Football Podcast: 2022 Manchester Derby appeared first on Learn English Throug…
 
This football language podcast looks at football language connected with corner kicks – including ‘inswinger’. The transcript for this podcast is available below, and you can also check out our huge glossary of footballing phrases here. Visit our site to access all our previous posts and podcasts, and if you have any suggestions or questions please…
 
Perhaps the most important thing to know about Ted Lasso is you don't need to like football to enjoy it. After all, the show's main character barely understands the rules himself. But that doesn't stop the well-intentioned American coach from attempting to turn around the fortunes of a fictional Premiership team. His rather unusual, kill-them-with-…
 
When EA Sports introduced a brand new video game series called FIFA International Soccer in 1993, they released a 30 second promotion ad and crossed their fingers people would buy it. Now, nearly 30 years later, EA’s promotional videos can be seen on the YouTube accounts of some of the world’s biggest teams, often watched by millions and millions o…
 
In this football language podcast for learners of English who love football, we look back at some of the language from two games from the last 16 of the 2022 Champions League. We also look at the phrases 'backheel'; 'get stamped on' and answer some football language questions from our listeners. The post Learning English Through Football Podcast: 2…
 
Most teams have a free-kick specialist. Or rather, most teams have a player who fancies themselves as one. However, it’s actually quite rare for a direct free kick to end up in the back of the net. In the Premier League, only around 5.5% of free kicks are scored, which is quite low considering the excitement and anticipation that takes over a stadi…
 
There are still four months remaining in most European domestic leagues, but the big titles are largely already decided. It’s a situation we’ve become accustomed to: the rich clubs wrapping up the league by the turn of the year, allowing them to concentrate on what really matters to them, the Champions League. Winning the title, the fundamental poi…
 
In this football language podcast for learners of English who love football, we look back at the final of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations between Egypt and Senegal. The post Learning English Through Football Podcast: 2021 AFCON Final appeared first on Learn English Through Football.저자 languagecaster.com
 
This football language podcast looks at some of the football language connected to Kidderminster Harrier’s amazing FA Cup run (2021-22 season). The transcript for this podcast is available below, and don’t forget to check out our huge football glossary here. You can visit our site to access all our previous posts and podcasts, and if you […] The po…
 
Unstoppable header: We look at ways to describe Virgil Van Dijk's headed goal against Crystal Palace in the Premier League. The post Unstoppable Header: Learning English Through Football Podcast: 2021-22 Season – Crystal Palace v Liverpool appeared first on Learn English Through Football.저자 languagecaster.com
 
In this football language podcast for learners of English who love football, we look back at week 2 of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations from Cameroon. The post Learning English Through Football Podcast: 2021 Africa Cup of Nations Week 2 appeared first on Learn English Through Football.저자 languagecaster.com
 
The current January transfer window is crucial for Newcastle United. With just one win in the first half of the Premier League season, they find themselves in the bottom three, in desperate need of reinforcements. There are many reasons players could be persuaded to move to Tyneside - playing at St James' Park in front of 52,000 passionate fans, th…
 
2021 Africa Cup of Nations Preview: In this podcast we look ahead to the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations due to start this weekend in Cameroon. The post Learning English Through Football Podcast: 2021 Africa Cup of Nations Week 1 appeared first on Learn English Through Football.저자 languagecaster.com
 
He’s won trophies in Australia, Japan and now Scotland. He’s won a continental trophy for his country, lifting the Asian Cup with Australia in 2015. He’s set records and individually changed the course of history for coaches and football in Australia. Now with one of the biggest teams in Europe, he’s trying to restore Celtic back to the top of Scot…
 
Another edition of the world’s oldest football competition, the FA Cup, gets underway for Premier League teams this weekend. It is a competition with rich history, where clubs from all throughout the English football pyramid get the chance to play for their right to progress. Where clubs made of plumbers, publicans and office workers step onto the …
 
In this football language podcast for learners of English who love the beautiful game, we look at some language that describes a team's performance over a series of matches: 'in a row'; 'consecutively' and 'on the bounce'. The post Learning English Through Football Podcast: In a row appeared first on Learn English Through Football.…
 
This football language podcast looks at the phrase – heavy metal football. This is a quote from the German coach, Jurgen Klopp, and is often used to describe a style of play. The transcript for this podcast is available below, and we also have a massive glossary of footballing phrases here. You can visit our site […] The post Heavy Metal Football –…
 
For many young football fans, it might just be the best job in the world. A pitch side seat to watch your heroes up close, and all you have to do is fetch the ball every now and then. Sometimes, however, this seemingly insignificant job can have a bigger impact on the match than you realise. Some managers have realised this, going as far as giving …
 
Peter Crouch: he's scored more than 100 Premier League goals, capped by England 42 times and scorer of 22 goals for his national team. He's played in Champions League Finals, won the FA Cup and numerous individual awards. But now? He's known as Peter Crouch: the podcaster. His show, alongside hosts Chris Stark and Tom Fordyce, has become *the* foot…
 
2020-21 Women's FA Cup Final: In this football language podcast we look at some of the language used to describe the 2021 Women's FA Cup... The post Learning English Through Football Podcast: 2020-21 Women’s FA Cup Final appeared first on Learn English Through Football.저자 languagecaster.com
 
They hunt in packs, often fuelled by alcohol, cocaine and other drugs. Though some are old enough to be fathers and even grandfathers, they're hooked on violence and confrontation, and the well out-of-date idea that by fighting with opposition fans, they're showing support for their club. Though their numbers have decreased as technology has progre…
 
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