With the globalisation of the internet, it has become much easier for people to access all sorts of sports information from the comfort of their homes.
For some, it is simply a matter of finding out what’s happening in the world’s favourite game.
But for others, it’s a matter for the internet’s biggest fans.
This week we’ve looked at the world of sports on the web.
And this week, we’ll look at the internet-friendly world of football.
What is the world, anyway?
Well, the internet is a big place.
And, it turns out, its a big world indeed.
And one of the biggest things about it is that it has the potential to be a lot of things.
We’re living in a digital world, in which everything is happening online, and the possibilities for the way we live and interact with one another are endless.
It’s like the internet of the 21st century.
There are apps for every kind of device and it is possible to access everything from live sporting events to the latest social media posts.
It’s not a simple, easy, single answer, but it’s one that’s worth considering.
We’ll examine some of the big ideas behind the internet that we’ve all seen in the news this week and then look at what it can do for you, your team and your career.