The Sphero bB8 technology has a new look, and it is expected to be a major boost for the Premier League in its efforts to get back into the Champions League.
The technology, which is based on a 3D printing process, uses sensors to detect the shape of a ball, and then it takes the ball and rolls it on a specially developed wheel to determine its speed.
Once the ball has been rolled, the wheel then cuts the ball into pieces.
Sphero is hoping that this technology will improve ball handling in the Champions, and also reduce the number of injuries suffered by players.
The Sphero technology is already used by Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona.
It is also being used by clubs such as Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, but only recently have they used the technology in the Premier league.
The technology was introduced by Sphero in 2019, and is expected in the first two months of 2020-21.
The Premier League was in a desperate situation last season, with a record number of games ending in 1-1 draws.
However, this was not because of a lack of quality, but due to a lack in quality from teams.
In the first six weeks of the campaign, only Manchester City were able to score a goal and have a shot on target.
It was only when Arsenal took control of the game in the last 10 minutes that they managed to break the deadlock.
The new technology, however, is expected, with Sphero saying that it is a great opportunity for the clubs to bring their game to the next level.