As one mother of a cherry on top of our smooth, creamy Football Friday, we're given you the chance to win a spangly Dell Notebook and a copy of Football Manager 2006 to play on it, all courtesy of the super-talented guys down at Sports Interactive and Sega.
Football Manager 2006 is the latest instalment in the criminally addictive footie management series and as ever Sports Interactive has managed to boot in a whole heap of new features, absolutely guaranteeing we're unlikely ever to leave the comforting glow of our PCs ever again.
In fact, the roster of new features is so overwhelmingly long that we'd be sat here typing all night if we tried to list them all. However, highlights include negotiations with your board of directors for everything from wage budgets to stadium expansions, in-depth training modes, improved player interaction on a personal level and the ability to spur on or chastise your team with half-time talks.
One lucky winner will get themselves a copy of the game and a whizzy new Dell Inspiron 6000 laptop featuring an Intel Pentium M Processor 725a (1.60GHz, 2MB L2 Cache, 400MHz FSB), Intel Pro/Wireless 2200 (802.11b/g), 512MB 400MHz DDR SDRAM and 15.4" Wide Aspect UltraSharpT WXGA (1280X800) Screen. Fear not though! Four runners-up will also get a PC copy of Football Manager 2006 each too.
Don't think we're not going to make you work for your prize though. To be in with a chance of winning, answer the slightly demanding question below - Sports Interactive will trawl through your submissions and the one it deems funniest/most creative wins!