The sport of football is about to be the biggest and most significant development in human history.
It is also going to change the way we think about everything.
This is the story of football’s evolution.
The game of football started out as a small game of chance between men in small towns in the 16th and 17th centuries.
There were no stadiums, and teams were made up of one man’s mates, or “takers”.
It was a game of social competition.
Football is a game in which two teams of players are expected to be equally good.
In the early days of the game, it was a matter of luck, but as the game developed and players started to learn the finer points of technique, the chances of getting a goal increased exponentially.
Today, football is the game that has taken us to the moon, and paved the way for the invention of the modern day professional football club.
The concept of a club was originally invented by the Englishman William Shakespeare in 1616, after he had seen the success of his English rivals, Liverpool and Arsenal, and the potential that could be achieved by building a team of talented footballers.
In this context, the word “club” was used in a slightly different sense.
In 1616 the word was used to describe a club, a “society of men”.
The first club was founded in 1620 by Thomas Craven, a fellow Englishman and a lawyer, at the town of Chelmsford.
Craven had been a supporter of the famous playwright William Shakespeare, and was convinced that Shakespeare was not a man of great virtue.
He believed that a man who had a strong will, who had great ambition and who had the capacity to influence people was better than one who had neither ambition nor ambition.
Craving was convinced, and built a club for the sole purpose of winning the game.
His club, Chelmsfield Town, became one of the most successful in the early years of the sport, and its success led to a number of other clubs that followed suit.
As the sport evolved, the rules changed from the traditional three teams into four.
Players were required to compete on a four-team pitch with two halves in front of them.
At the end of the match, the team with the most points at the end was declared the champion, and became the club.
The players, who could earn points by performing individual tasks, were rewarded by being invited to a private banquet in which they were allowed to play football.
The game became a competitive sport, which had its own set of rules and regulations.
It became a game for all of the world to see.
Football had evolved into a game where the player’s goal was to win as many points as possible, and to avoid defeat, a result that was always a bit of a struggle.
In order to win, a team had to win every ball-match it played.
The earliest teams had to be small.
The first one that ever played in England was the Chelmsfords of 1628, and they were the first to start playing on a pitch that was so small that it was impossible for a man to get a clear view of it.
When the first team started, it had just eight players, and a small dressing room, so they had to rely on the help of others to help them win games.
The footballers of the time were very small, and had to learn to play by the rules.
The rules were a mixture of the old rules that had been in use for a number, like the two-man team, and modern rules, like no handballs.
The rule about the “two-man rule” meant that any team could score only if it had at least one player on the pitch.
In other words, a side with four players could score with a single ball.
As more and more teams joined the game in England, the rule changed, and it was no longer the two man rule.
It was now called a “two point rule”, and teams would score one point for each goal they scored.
The first modern team was formed in 1630 at Chelmsfields, and that team was the first professional football team in England.
The team had a dressing room of seven players, but only one coach, John Hughes, was allowed to watch the games.
Hughes was a brilliant tactician and a man with a reputation for being a master tactician, and he made the team one of England’s best teams.
After Hughes retired, and after a series of successes, the club decided to try out the rule that had once made the Chelsfords so successful.
They decided to start with the two men rule, which meant that a team would play two halves of its own size.
Hughes had always liked the idea of playing two halves, so the new rules were relaxed and they played the sides the size of a football field.
The other rules of the team were relaxed too, and instead of