The name ‘evil tidlings’ has been on every football fan’s lips since the dawn of time.
The name has even been attached to an official FIFA product, the official ‘evil’ shirt of the national team.
But the ‘bad tidings’ fans will be pleased to know that there is actually a whole new set of meanings behind the name.
In fact, this is the first time that a word has been used to describe fans of an evil football club.
In the past, the term ‘evil tanners’ has often been associated with the more violent and violent sides of the game, but this was not the case with the likes of Juventus, AC Milan and Lazio.
The term ‘tanners’ came into general use in the 19th century, originally as a derogatory term to describe the work of criminals, and was then applied to the working of a criminal.
It was then expanded to include fans of clubs with a history of committing violent acts, including the likes, Liverpool, Leeds United and Newcastle United.
This was only made possible by the influence of the German poet Johann Sebastian Bach, who coined the term in 1783.
This term was also used by the French, who were particularly fascinated by football.
They began to use the term as early as 1781, and it quickly spread to the United States, England and even Spain, where it is still used today.
This evolution of the term has led to it being used by a number of football clubs around the world, including Juventus, who are currently the highest paid club in the world.
So, why are fans of these teams happy to associate themselves with a name that has such a long history?
The answer lies in the word ‘tuttle’.
A ‘tutor’ is someone who is expert at teaching someone how to perform an act, a term that comes from the Latin word tutelar, meaning ‘to instruct’.
So, to be a ‘tuter’ is to be expert at what you do, to know how to do it correctly, and to be able to be successful in your profession.
Tuttle is also the term that describes a football coach.
A coach is someone whose job is to teach the player how to play football.
In this case, a coach would be a tutor, and would not have the knowledge and the skills to play the game themselves.
In fact, it is in the modern era that football has come to be defined as an art form.
It has become so, in part, because of the great players like Zinedine Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo who have become world class footballers.
Football has evolved from being a physical sport to a mental one.
The world is full of coaches who are experts in what they do, and they do it with the utmost skill and precision.
But football, like any art form, has also evolved.
The word ‘teacher’ has become a pejorative, because the word tuttle is synonymous with those who are incompetent.
Nowadays, the football world is divided into those who can teach and those who do not, with the former representing those who learn and the latter those who don’t.
In other words, there are more tuttiles in the universe than there are teachers, and football fans, because there are so many, have come to define their allegiance to an identity which has been shaped over a century by the football gods.