Kingston Technology has launched a competition that pits players against David Ginola.
Don't worry though, you won't have to battle the footballing legend Top Trumps style. It's probably quite safe to assume that he would beat most mortals when it comes to his "lovely hair" ratings, not to mention his skills on the pitch.
Instead, rather then hugely embarrass potential players, Kingston is asking punters to play spot the ball against the Gallic midfielder. Yep, spot the ball. You must remember that.
Kingston has selected three photos and removed the ball from them. David has had his guesses and now it's over to you. Ten winners will each get a cheque for €1,000.
It's not all about the competition though. Kingston worked with Ginola on the design of a new USB thumbstick, something that he was apparently only too happy to do.
"I got involved with Kingston for two reasons, I've been using their products for a while now, so I know them well, and I like the fact that they regularly support the Vision Charity," said Ginola. "[Which] my wife and I are both patrons of."
The special edition thumbstick will be out in PC World stores before the World Cup. Kingston said they were portable and lightweight.
Thanks for that, but we have heard of thumbsticks before.
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