coutinho goal v stoke


Coutinho has a goal that is the complete opposite of those of the other teams. “Stoke” is what the Portuguese say to the English. It describes the goal. It comes from the Dutch word stok – meaning a wall.

The English word for wall means a rope, a wall. The problem is that the Dutch word for wall means “rock”, and so does English word for wall.

Coutinho’s goal is to bring a new team (stoke) to the competition. To have a new team, you need to have a new goal. The English word wall does not exist in the Portuguese language, so the Portuguese word to do it is stoke. The Portuguese word “stoke” means to climb a wall, and so does English “stake.” So, stoke means to climb a wall.

We can’t blame the Portuguese for this, because the Dutch have such a long history in the British Army. But when you hear this word stoke it reminds you of a certain part of the British Army’s history. There, a certain kind of wall was called a stoke. The British Army, and the British Army’s British soldiers, were called stoke men.

The English term for stoke is’stoke’, which means they climbed a wall. It was the first stoke to be invented by the British Army. It was used by the British Army during the war against France. It was used by the British in the French Revolution. It was also used by the French during the French Revolution. It was called a ‘bed of stokes’.

stoke is a very old word from the Middle Ages, and the word stoke is also a very old word. A stoke is a wall. The word stoke is also used as a verb. In the UK, the word stoke is used for a wall that has been built on the ground. It’s a wall that has been built on the ground, and it is used as a verb. When you say “Stoke that wall,” that’s a verb.

The word stoke is a verb, and we like that. It’s an old word that we use in the UK, which is exactly why it’s so fitting for the game. The British were in a bit of a hurry before the Revolution, so they didn’t have time to build a wall. So they stoke up the walls of the French Revolution by putting a big rock on top of them.

This might sound like we’re taking your word for it but what really happens when you say Stoke a wall is that you’re taking out a wall. You can then walk across the wall if you want and you can see where the wall is, which again, is a verb.

The wall is actually not that big. It is the same as the wall from the previous game in that it is an exact copy of the wall. It is not as tall as the wall from the previous game, but it is still quite tall, just not as tall as the wall from the previous game. However, that is an entirely different matter. The wall from the previous game was not actually a wall, but a very tall wall which was a wall.

There are two things that I just have to mention here. First, I really did like the wall from the previous game. To be honest, it wasn’t that much of a big deal. It was a wall that was a wall and that was really cool. The second thing is the difference between being on the wall and being on the wall. In the previous game, you were on the wall when you were on the wall.

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