Putting all the meat on the barbecue, and bothering the owls.
A magnificent language of football, featuring parsons, little owls and a mistrust of tiki-taka.
Featuring fairplay, foreplay and the importance of precision.
An ancient yet ever-developing language, and a buttery, crotch-obsessed vocabulary.
How football mirrors language in Germany, starting with solidity and ending all inventive.
How the Welsh language of football lives and grows, featuring scythes, bards and Sgorio.
Butter passes, gender roles and the pitfalls of using English.
Inventing tiki-taka, shaming the Germans and confusing politicians.
A rich and varied language, featuring self-deprecation, dyed foxes and fish.
Defining national identity, going for kebabs and what not to call Mario Mandžukić.
On fur coats, butterflies and the power of internet
Irish Gaelic, an excellent take on the English language, and the roots of the craic.
What they call the Czechs, where the biggest drinkers are, and what it means to “receive your boots”.
Filthy chants, soapy refs and other stories.
How the people of the eagle bring together languages and dialects from across the world.
A huge footballing nation, with a language to match.
Featuring naming issues, short beaks and sleigh rides.
A vibrant, in-your-face football language, featuring bees, donkeys and astronauts.
Getting by in Ukrainian, Russian and a mixed-grain version of the two.
How the Swiss manage a multilingual, multi-kulti dressing room.