We've got a copy of FIFA '14 to give away for either Xbox 360 or PS3, and you can get yours hands on it by putting forward your case in the question which follows.
A host of new features have been announced by EA for the latest installment of the hit game, including improved the systems behind ball physics, which the company claim will "will transform shooting, making every shot attempt feel real, and when players connect with the perfect strike, feel exhilarating."
Improvements have been made to dribbling, making it easier to fend off attackers when dribbling. The new AI means that players off the ball will make better decisions and smarter moves dependent upon what you're doing and where you are on the pitch.
Additionally a new "Global Scouting Network" will enable a connected scouting system, which will ensure that each save is different and can take you one a different journey every time.
The scouting part, which ties into Career Mode, certainly requires endurance and patience of a real life manager with you able to hire up to six scouts, all with varying levels of ability.
So to win this game, which has been kindly provided to us by Ladbrokes, we thought that we'd focus on that endurance and hardworking aspect of FIFA '14, so just answer this question;
Who in your opinion is Sunderland's hardest working player ever, and why?
Leave your answer in the comments, and we'll have a look through them and pick a winner on September 19th 2013.
Usual competition rules apply -- i.e. RR Writers Cannot Enter, Judges Decision Is Final etc etc, you're not idiots.