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Football Shout-out: Fouls

Football Shout-out: Fouls

Welcome to Football Shout-out from Premier Skills English, where we talk about the language you need when watching a match. Whether you are a super fan or an armchair supporter you won't be able to avoid football on TV this summer. In Football Shout-out, Jack and Rich present useful language to shout at the TV screen when watching a match with or without friends! In this episode, they look at the language you need when a player commits a foul.

Transcript

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Read the transcript and listen at the same time.

Jack: Hello and welcome to Premier Skills English - Football Shout-out 

Rich: Football shoutout is the series that teaches you the language you need when you’re watching the game.

Jack: Hi everybody my name’s Jack 

Rich: and my name’s Rich and welcome to our new series of football English podcasts where we talk about the English you need when you’re watching football.

Jack: This is our second lesson. If you listened to our first lesson, you will remember this:

Jack: Come on ...

Rich: Shoot ...

Jack: Take a shot...

Jack: Yeah!  

Rich: Woohoo!

Jack: Get in!

Rich: Come on!

Jack: What a goal!

Rich: What a belter.

Jack: What a great time to score.

Rich: We can get back in this.

Jack: Our first lesson was all about the language we use when our team scores a goal. If you haven’t heard the lesson, there is a link on the side of this page for you to go back and listen and learn lots of vocabulary connected to goals. 

Rich: Have you got your breath back, Jack?

Jack: Yes, thanks. Talking about goals involves lots of shouting! 

Rich: All of our football Shout-out lessons are about football phrases you can say to friends while watching the match or shout at the TV screen if you are alone.

Jack: And in this lesson, lesson two in the series, we’re going to talk about fouls - what do you say when one player fouls another player.

Rich: Well, that depends, doesn’t it?

Jack: What does it depend on?

Rich: It depends on whether the player that is fouling is on your team.

Jack: Ah yes, of course. Listen to this:

Rich: Referee! That’s gotta be a pen! It’s a definite penalty!

Jack: A penalty? He never touched him! That’s a dive!

Rich: What’s the ref doing?

Jack: It’s going to VAR. Now we’ll see.

Rich: He’s gotta go! That’s gotta be a red. You can’t fly into a tackle like that. Studs up two-footed … horrible

Jack: What are you talking about? He got the ball. It was a fifty-fifty challenge - hard but fair! He went down way too easily!

Rich: What’s the ref given? It’s a penalty! Get in!
...

Rich: Fouls and penalty decisions are often subjective. You usually get two different views and different language from the two sets of fans.

Jack: Yes, it’s always difficult for the man in the middle - the referee.

Rich: Let’s look at some of the language you heard in the example conversation.

Jack:  What about … that’s gotta be a red. 

Rich: Yeah that’s a good phrase. We use this when we think a player should get a red card. 

Jack: You might also hear ‘That’s gotta be a yellow’ which means the referee should give the player a yellow card, or ‘that’s gotta be a booking’ which means the same thing.

Rich: A more difficult phrase we often hear is ‘he’s gotta go for that’ or ‘he’s gotta walk for that’ which means the player should get a red card.

Jack: We often use gotta here, ‘He’s gotta get a red’ rather than ‘he has got to get a red’ or ‘he must get a red’. 

Rich: And of course, fans scream for penalty kicks all the time. You might hear ‘that’s gotta be a pen!’.

Jack: Pen?

Rich: It’s short for penalty. You could shout ‘that’s a definite pen’ or a more difficult phrase is ‘that’s a stonewall penalty’.

Jack: A stonewall is a type of wall you find in the countryside. They are very clear and you can see them for miles, so a stonewall penalty is a very, very clear penalty when the foul is really obvious. I don’t think we use stonewall as an adjective in many other situations.

Rich: No, we just say stonewall penalty. But, remember this all changes when it’s your player doing the fouling.

Jack: One common phrase you might use is ‘he never touched him’. This phrase will still be used by fans even if it was a two-footed flying ninja type tackle at a player’s head.

Rich: Or maybe if you’re feeling generous you will change it to ‘he hardly touched him’!

Jack: Fans will also accuse opposition players of diving - pretending they have been fouled and falling to the ground. ‘That’s a dive’ is a common phrase to shout at the television.

Rich: This is sometimes changed to ‘that’s a blatant dive’. Blatant again means really obvious.

Jack: Or another common phrase is ‘he went down far too easily’ or ‘he went to ground too easily’.

Rich: I have a really strange phrase that I think is funny. It’s ‘he went down like a sack of spuds’. This means he dived … he fell to the ground very easily. A sack is a bag and a spud is a potato. He went down like a sack of potatoes … he went down like a bag of spuds. Silly really but I like it.

Jack: Some other phrases you might want to use when your player fouls are ‘it was a fifty-fifty ball’, ‘he won the ball’ and ‘hard but fair’. All of these are phrases we use to say our player shouldn’t be penalised or punished.

Rich: We’ll look at these phrases and a few more in the lesson which you can find below this podcast.

Rich: Listen again. Do you understand everything now? 

Rich: Ref! That’s gotta be a pen! It’s a definite penalty!

Jack: A penalty? He never touched him! That’s a dive!

Rich: What’s the ref doing?

Jack: It’s going to VAR. Now we’ll see.

Rich: He’s gotta go! That’s gotta be a red. You can’t fly into a tackle like that. Studs up two-footed … horrible

Jack: What are you talking about? He got the ball. It was a fifty-fifty challenge - hard but fair! He went down way too easily!

Rich: What’s the ref given? It’s a penalty! Get in!

Jack: So, that’s how you talk about fouls in English. 

Rich: We’ve got some activities to help you remember the phrases that we’ve been speaking about in the lesson below this podcast.

Jack: We’ll be back soon with our next football English lesson, which focuses on how we talk about the opposition.

Rich: Bye for now and enjoy your football.

Language

The language you need when a player commits a foul

In the listening, Rich and Jack split the language into two categories:

  1. When a player on your team is fouled
  2. When a player on your team commits a foul

When a player on your team is fouled

When you see one of your players fouled on the pitch the first reaction of a fan is often to shout for a free-kick or penalty, or for the opposition player to be punished. Jack and Rich used these examples:

Ref! That's gotta be a pen!

He's gotta go!  That's gotta be a red! 

These expressions are informal versions of more complete ways to say the same thing. Look at the sentences below can you fill in the gaps?

R _ _ _ _ _ _! That ___ ___ ___ be a p _ _ _ _ _ _!

He ____ ____ __ be s _ _ _ o _ _! That has ___ __ __ a red ____!

What other phrases did you hear that describe what to say when your player is fouled?

If a player commits a bad foul he will be SENT OFF.

When a player on your team commits a foul

When you see one of your players commit a foul on the pitch the first reaction of a fan is often to deny that a foul has happened and to criticise the opposition player and/or referee for awarding a freekick or penalty. Rich and Jack used these examples:

He never touched him! That's a dive!

He got the ball. It was a fifty-fifty challenge.

Did you hear any similar examples? Can you think of more? Write your answers in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

DIVING is not allowed on the football pitch!

Task

Fouls

Do you understand all of the phrases below? Choose two or three of the phrases and write a mini-dialogue.

  1. It was a fifty-fifty ball!
  2. Hard but fair.
  3. He went down like a sack of potatoes.
  4. That's never a pen! He won the ball.
  5. He went down way too easily!
  6. He's got to walk for that.

Write your answers in the comments section at the bottom of the page!

Quiz

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What do you think?

  • Were any of these phrases new for you?
  • Can you tell us any other phrases connected to fouls?

Write your answers in the comments section below and don't forget to write your answers to the task above.

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Comments

GermanTrujillo
09/08/2018
CO
316
points

1) No, the phrases were not new for me
2) That's really unfair.


GermanTrujillo
09/08/2018 01:41
Colombia
Newcastle United
316

1) No, the phrases were not new for me
2) That's really unfair.

Oscarordoñez_
08/08/2018
CO
298
points

Very good quiz
-Few sentences were new to me
-I do not know many sentences about faults
Mini-dialogue
1.That's never a pen! He won the ball.
2.He went down like a sack of potatoes.
3.It was a fifty-fifty ball!


Oscarordoñez_
08/08/2018 23:40
Colombia
Manchester United
298

Very good quiz
-Few sentences were new to me
-I do not know many sentences about faults
Mini-dialogue
1.That's never a pen! He won the ball.
2.He went down like a sack of potatoes.
3.It was a fifty-fifty ball!

MajoRPuentes's picture
MajoRPuentes
07/08/2018
CO
626
points

The most of the phrases were new for me.


MajoRPuentes's picture
MajoRPuentes
07/08/2018 21:59
Colombia
Manchester United
626

The most of the phrases were new for me.

Santiago Rivera
07/08/2018
CO
609
points

1. Who will win the World Cup?
I think Colombia might have a great chance to be the winner.
2. Which team will have the best fans?
Colombian team.
3. Who's going to win the Golden Boot?
Falcao.
4. Who's going to be the best player from the Premier League?
Eden Hazard.
5. Will anything strange or different happen?
The implementation of the VAR system.


Santiago Rivera
07/08/2018 21:25
Colombia
Liverpool
609

1. Who will win the World Cup?
I think Colombia might have a great chance to be the winner.
2. Which team will have the best fans?
Colombian team.
3. Who's going to win the Golden Boot?
Falcao.
4. Who's going to be the best player from the Premier League?
Eden Hazard.
5. Will anything strange or different happen?
The implementation of the VAR system.

Junior Genaro Puentes Rojas's picture
Junior Genaro P...
07/08/2018
CO
60
points

No, I already knew most.
One sentence said "that's a safe penalty"


Junior Genaro Puentes Rojas's picture
Junior Genaro P...
07/08/2018 21:07
Colombia
Manchester United
60

No, I already knew most.
One sentence said "that's a safe penalty"

Santiago Rivera
07/08/2018
CO
609
points

Some of the expressions are new to me.

Dialogue:
-What a great game we had today!
-Definitely a good match.
-That wasn´t a pen!
- The referee watched the VAR and saw that wasn´t a foul.


Santiago Rivera
07/08/2018 21:07
Colombia
Liverpool
609

Some of the expressions are new to me.

Dialogue:
-What a great game we had today!
-Definitely a good match.
-That wasn´t a pen!
- The referee watched the VAR and saw that wasn´t a foul.

Santiago GallegoCruz
07/08/2018
CO
268
points

good test


Santiago GallegoCruz
07/08/2018 04:21
Colombia
Manchester City
268

good test

catalina8
07/08/2018
CO
127
points

In my country, phrases like:
we go with all
your quiet


catalina8
07/08/2018 03:22
Colombia
Manchester United
127

In my country, phrases like:
we go with all
your quiet

MariCortes25
07/08/2018
CO
312
points

good quiz


MariCortes25
07/08/2018 02:07
Colombia
Arsenal
312

good quiz

Santi Gallego Cruz10
07/08/2018
CO
189
points

There were a few words new to me.


Santi Gallego Cruz10
07/08/2018 01:17
Colombia
Manchester City
189

There were a few words new to me.

Maria Del Mar Ortiz
07/08/2018
CO
348
points

super interesting the test


Maria Del Mar Ortiz
07/08/2018 01:03
Colombia
Manchester City
348

super interesting the test

Felipegallegocruz07
07/08/2018
CO
352
points

This lesson was very interesting


Felipegallegocruz07
07/08/2018 00:39
Colombia
Manchester United
352

This lesson was very interesting

Juaneduardocastro
07/08/2018
CO
370
points

good quiz


Juaneduardocastro
07/08/2018 00:33
Colombia
Chelsea
370

good quiz

edna.fernan.artu789
06/08/2018
CO
605
points

good quiz


edna.fernan.artu789
06/08/2018 23:35
Colombia
Arsenal
605

good quiz

Lolabrito
06/08/2018
CO
600
points

This activity is great! due to the skills that targets, such as listening, auditory comprehension and language.

1. Who will win the World Cup?
I believe Germany has lots of possibilities since is the current world champion. I think Brazil has a great chance as well, due to its results during the preliminaries. However, currently, there are some teams that are well prepared and have excellent players and game. On the other hand, there are some new teams which are making their debut and they might be a huge surprise to everybody.

2. Which team will have the best fans?
I certainly can say that Colombian fans due to their passion, dancing, encouragement, and joy that they transfer to their team, the rest of the people and the stadium.

3. Who's going to win the Golden Boot?
It might be a European player, but not the one everyone has as a favorite, like Messi, Cr7 or even Neymar, this world cup will be different and unpredictable.

4. Who's going to be the best player from the Premier League?
I think it could be Harry Kane.

5. Will anything strange or different happen?
The VAR for sure, it is the first time that this system will play an important role during the matches.


Lolabrito
06/08/2018 20:40
Colombia
Liverpool
600

This activity is great! due to the skills that targets, such as listening, auditory comprehension and language.

1. Who will win the World Cup?
I believe Germany has lots of possibilities since is the current world champion. I think Brazil has a great chance as well, due to its results during the preliminaries. However, currently, there are some teams that are well prepared and have excellent players and game. On the other hand, there are some new teams which are making their debut and they might be a huge surprise to everybody.

2. Which team will have the best fans?
I certainly can say that Colombian fans due to their passion, dancing, encouragement, and joy that they transfer to their team, the rest of the people and the stadium.

3. Who's going to win the Golden Boot?
It might be a European player, but not the one everyone has as a favorite, like Messi, Cr7 or even Neymar, this world cup will be different and unpredictable.

4. Who's going to be the best player from the Premier League?
I think it could be Harry Kane.

5. Will anything strange or different happen?
The VAR for sure, it is the first time that this system will play an important role during the matches.

Lolabrito
06/08/2018
CO
600
points

In my country Colombia the sportscasters use similar expressions to communicate to the fans when a foul occurs during the matching.

Dialogue:
-What a game we had today! It was a fifty-fifty ball!
-Definitely a tie match.
-That wasn´t never a pen! He won the ball fairly.
-Luckely, the referee watched the VAR and concluded that wasn´t a foul.
-That´s for now the reviews of this great match, until next time folks!


Lolabrito
06/08/2018 16:17
Colombia
Liverpool
600

In my country Colombia the sportscasters use similar expressions to communicate to the fans when a foul occurs during the matching.

Dialogue:
-What a game we had today! It was a fifty-fifty ball!
-Definitely a tie match.
-That wasn´t never a pen! He won the ball fairly.
-Luckely, the referee watched the VAR and concluded that wasn´t a foul.
-That´s for now the reviews of this great match, until next time folks!

valentinaburgosh
06/08/2018
CO
377
points

Good quiz


valentinaburgosh
06/08/2018 02:17
Colombia
Manchester United
377

Good quiz

MelissaM
06/08/2018
CO
542
points

*Yes, many of these I had never heard or read.
* I do not know more phrases.
Task-dialogue:
-Hello, did you watch the match between Colombia vs Brazil?
-He went down like a sack of potatoes.
-That's why our team lost.


MelissaM
06/08/2018 01:41
Colombia
Manchester United
542

*Yes, many of these I had never heard or read.
* I do not know more phrases.
Task-dialogue:
-Hello, did you watch the match between Colombia vs Brazil?
-He went down like a sack of potatoes.
-That's why our team lost.

Luis Miguel Rojas
06/08/2018
CO
362
points

Good quiz.


Luis Miguel Rojas
06/08/2018 01:21
Colombia
Chelsea
362

Good quiz.

SofiaTriana's picture
SofiaTriana
05/08/2018
CO
596
points

1) most phrases I do not know
2) phrases like "is bought" or "that was not a fault, nor do I touch it"
Bye !!


SofiaTriana's picture
SofiaTriana
05/08/2018 23:03
Colombia
Chelsea
596

1) most phrases I do not know
2) phrases like "is bought" or "that was not a fault, nor do I touch it"
Bye !!

MaríaArtunduagar's picture
MaríaArtunduagar
05/08/2018
CO
107
points

1. I had not heard similar phrases, they are new to me and they have a great percentage of truth.
2. The phrases known to me, they named.
And my mini-dialogue is:
-Oh, that's definitely a pen.
•That's never a pen! He won the ball.
-That is not true, he went down way too easily!
•Okey, okey, it was a fifty-fifty ball.
-Yes, i suppose yes.
And language:
-Referee! That is going to be a penalty!
-He is going to be shout out! That has go to be a red card!
These are the only ones that I remember.
And by the way, good quiz.


MaríaArtunduagar's picture
MaríaArtunduagar
05/08/2018 18:25
Colombia
Newcastle United
107

1. I had not heard similar phrases, they are new to me and they have a great percentage of truth.
2. The phrases known to me, they named.
And my mini-dialogue is:
-Oh, that's definitely a pen.
•That's never a pen! He won the ball.
-That is not true, he went down way too easily!
•Okey, okey, it was a fifty-fifty ball.
-Yes, i suppose yes.
And language:
-Referee! That is going to be a penalty!
-He is going to be shout out! That has go to be a red card!
These are the only ones that I remember.
And by the way, good quiz.

Valenlaverde
05/08/2018
CO
492
points

Good quiz


Valenlaverde
05/08/2018 16:51
Colombia
Stoke City
492

Good quiz

Valenlaverde
05/08/2018
CO
492
points

good quiz


Valenlaverde
05/08/2018 16:32
Colombia
Stoke City
492

good quiz

Valenlaverde
05/08/2018
CO
492
points

This lesson was very interesting.


Valenlaverde
05/08/2018 14:15
Colombia
Stoke City
492

This lesson was very interesting.

Majoescobar23
05/08/2018
CO
430
points

There were a few words new to me.


Majoescobar23
05/08/2018 02:56
Colombia
Chelsea
430

There were a few words new to me.

Estefania salas
04/08/2018
CO
586
points

Yes, most of these phrases are new to me.
I do not know.


Estefania salas
04/08/2018 22:48
Colombia
Liverpool
586

Yes, most of these phrases are new to me.
I do not know.

Salomon Sanchez's picture
Salomon Sanchez
04/08/2018
CO
568
points

Yes, but no many
No so I'm not fan of football so I don't know


Salomon Sanchez's picture
Salomon Sanchez
04/08/2018 21:16
Colombia
Liverpool
568

Yes, but no many
No so I'm not fan of football so I don't know

Angela Montealegre
04/08/2018
CO
166
points

1. No, I had heard some of them but not all.
2. I can not think of any at this time.


Angela Montealegre
04/08/2018 19:37
Colombia
Manchester United
166

1. No, I had heard some of them but not all.
2. I can not think of any at this time.

Stephania Coy 62
04/08/2018
CO
356
points

Excellent


Stephania Coy 62
04/08/2018 19:21
Colombia
West Ham United
356

Excellent

ZuelimaÑañezN
04/08/2018
CO
614
points

The phrases are new to me.


ZuelimaÑañezN
04/08/2018 18:55
Colombia
Crystal Palace
614

The phrases are new to me.

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PaulaRomero
04/08/2018
CO
328
points

- "Hard but fair" and " He got the ball. It was a fifty-fifty challenge".
- "That was a penalty, do not put the red!".


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PaulaRomero
04/08/2018 13:42
Colombia
Liverpool
328

- "Hard but fair" and " He got the ball. It was a fifty-fifty challenge".
- "That was a penalty, do not put the red!".

Manuel Sierra
03/08/2018
CO
343
points

Good quiz


Manuel Sierra
03/08/2018 05:21
Colombia
Manchester City
343

Good quiz

Sierra22
03/08/2018
CO
302
points

Good I loved it


Sierra22
03/08/2018 04:36
Colombia
Manchester City
302

Good I loved it

JuanJoséRojasHermida's picture
JuanJoséRojasHermida
03/08/2018
CO
425
points

1. Yes, they were all new to me.
2. That was on purpose and very cheeky.


JuanJoséRojasHermida's picture
JuanJoséRojasHermida
03/08/2018 04:29
Colombia
Chelsea
425

1. Yes, they were all new to me.
2. That was on purpose and very cheeky.

Valentina Calderon
03/08/2018
CO
705
points

Yes, some of these phrases.
I don't know more.


Valentina Calderon
03/08/2018 03:29
Colombia
Manchester City
705

Yes, some of these phrases.
I don't know more.

SantiagoJovenV's picture
SantiagoJovenV
03/08/2018
CO
592
points

Yes, some are new to me, with this course I can learn new things.


SantiagoJovenV's picture
SantiagoJovenV
03/08/2018 02:39
Colombia
Manchester United
592

Yes, some are new to me, with this course I can learn new things.

LauraFajardo29's picture
LauraFajardo29
03/08/2018
CO
363
points

-Yes, too many of them.
- Well, we have a lot of ways to expres a foul , like four years ago , in Brazil 2014 " Era gol de Yepes" because we all think that it was a referee's fault.


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LauraFajardo29
03/08/2018 02:33
Colombia
Manchester City
363

-Yes, too many of them.
- Well, we have a lot of ways to expres a foul , like four years ago , in Brazil 2014 " Era gol de Yepes" because we all think that it was a referee's fault.

ValentinaSanchez_19
02/08/2018
CO
305
points

So e of the phrases I do not know, but thanks to this course I Learned and I want to continue learning more about all the things that this course brings us every day.


ValentinaSanchez_19
02/08/2018 15:19
Colombia
Chelsea
305

So e of the phrases I do not know, but thanks to this course I Learned and I want to continue learning more about all the things that this course brings us every day.

Checho
02/08/2018
CO
575
points

the word blatand which is a new word for me, a phrase very related to the faults is "he never touched it"


Checho
02/08/2018 02:34
Colombia
Manchester City
575

the word blatand which is a new word for me, a phrase very related to the faults is "he never touched it"

jFallaT15
02/08/2018
CO
472
points

If, in my country, those phrases are very used.
Step over the stick, it was not a goal.


jFallaT15
02/08/2018 01:01
Colombia
Arsenal
472

If, in my country, those phrases are very used.
Step over the stick, it was not a goal.

Luisafernandabolaños
01/08/2018
CO
436
points

-Some of these phrases if knew but other are new to me. it is very interesting to know as they say some phrases in another language and more than all in the language most important.
-I don't know much football but another phrase could be: There are no corner kick.


Luisafernandabolaños
01/08/2018 19:29
Colombia
Manchester United
436

-Some of these phrases if knew but other are new to me. it is very interesting to know as they say some phrases in another language and more than all in the language most important.
-I don't know much football but another phrase could be: There are no corner kick.

Juanita190
01/08/2018
CO
386
points

There were a few words new to me


Juanita190
01/08/2018 02:13
Colombia
Manchester United
386

There were a few words new to me

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Julián Ernesto ...
01/08/2018
CO
563
points

This lesson was very interesting.


Julián Ernesto Castro Renza's picture
Julián Ernesto ...
01/08/2018 01:51
Colombia
Chelsea
563

This lesson was very interesting.

FabioOrdoñez312
01/08/2018
CO
373
points

I don't know any phrases related to the fouls.


FabioOrdoñez312
01/08/2018 00:46
Colombia
Manchester United
373

I don't know any phrases related to the fouls.

juanlasso026
31/07/2018
CO
93
points

There were a few words new to me


juanlasso026
31/07/2018 23:14
Colombia
Manchester City
93

There were a few words new to me

Juanestebanbermeo
31/07/2018
CO
595
points

There were a few words new to me


Juanestebanbermeo
31/07/2018 06:10
Colombia
Manchester United
595

There were a few words new to me

BanolSebastian
31/07/2018
CO
74
points

I don't know any phrases related to the fouls.


BanolSebastian
31/07/2018 03:49
Colombia
Manchester United
74

I don't know any phrases related to the fouls.

OscarOrozcoVargas
31/07/2018
CO
416
points

Something crazy the phrase of Rich about the potatoes. Great lesson.


OscarOrozcoVargas
31/07/2018 01:02
Colombia
Arsenal
416

Something crazy the phrase of Rich about the potatoes. Great lesson.

JuanitaVAnacona
31/07/2018
CO
518
points

Language
Referee! That is going to be a penalty!
He is going to be shot out! That has go to be a read card! I thought not, I have not missed any other phrase
No, I'm sure I have not heard any similar example


JuanitaVAnacona
31/07/2018 00:46
Colombia
Liverpool
518

Language
Referee! That is going to be a penalty!
He is going to be shot out! That has go to be a read card! I thought not, I have not missed any other phrase
No, I'm sure I have not heard any similar example

Ma.PaulaÁvilaJ
31/07/2018
CO
528
points

Language:
Referee! That is going to be a penalty!
He is going to be shot out! That has go to be a red card!
I have not heard any other phrase.
No, I haven't heard any similar examples.


Ma.PaulaÁvilaJ
31/07/2018 00:41
Colombia
Liverpool
528

Language:
Referee! That is going to be a penalty!
He is going to be shot out! That has go to be a red card!
I have not heard any other phrase.
No, I haven't heard any similar examples.

Level

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)

Goals

  • Skills: Listening
  • Language: What to say when a player commits a foul