The TEN things needed to be the Ultimate Football Hack

Writing about football is many people’s dream job and rightly so. Those ‘in the know’ are often just a lucky few who get the chance to comment on the beautiful game day in, day out. However, the world of media has changed considerably over the last decade or so and therefore the art of sports reporting has obviously transformed as well. Instead of reading the morning football news in the newspaper with their tea and cornflakes or listening to the latest update on the sports bulletin over the radio on the way to work, people now rely on modern technology.

The iPad or smartphone are now popular ways of catching up with Twitter or the blogosphere to see what colour t-shirt Mario Balotelli’s wearing today. Hell, Teletext doesn’t even exist anymore. So how do the people ‘in the know’ get their opinions across today? Well, check out the necessary guide required to learn the basics to make sure you stay ahead of the game.

Click on twitter below to unveil the beginners’ guide for the ultimate hack

Jack Wilshere tweeting Rio Ferdinand

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