Win a Got, got, got, need! print

With the World Cup becoming a distant memory (unless you’re Spanish) we thought we’d do a final post on Elliott Quince’s Got, got, got, need! project. He’s offered to give away the first edition of his print featuring all the 32 players he illustrated to a lucky CR blog reader

With the World Cup becoming a distant memory (unless you’re Spanish) we thought we’d do a final post on Elliott Quince’s Got, got, got, need! project. He’s offered to give away the first edition of his print featuring all the 32 players he illustrated to a lucky CR blog reader…

As Patrick wrote back in May, Quince produced 32 handpainted football sticker portraits of World Cup players to raise money for the Neonatal Unit at Luton and Dunstable Hospital, which cared for his daughter last year. After the portaits project was launched at The Offside Gallery in London, Quince says he’s raised just over £6,000 so far for the hospital.

And he’s kindly offered up the very first edition of a new print (above) that features all 32 of his original portrait illustrations, if you can answer the following question:

In total how many goals did the 32 players featured in the Got, got, got, need! project score at the 2010 World Cup?

Once you’ve worked it out, simply email your answer to Quince on elliott.quince@ntlworld.com and he’ll let us know when he has a winner in the comments section.

A bigger image of the full print is below and if you’re knowledge of the the teams is a little rusty, then we’ve added also a list of who Quince illustrated for the project. You can, of course, purchase individual prints here – but there aren’t that many left.

Here’s who’s featured above:

Algeria – Karim Ziani
Argentina – Lionel Messi
Australia – Tim Cahill
Brazil – Kaka
Cameroon – Samuel Eto’o
Chile – Alexis Sánchez
Denmark – Christian Poulsen
England – Wayne Rooney
France – Franck Ribéry
Germany – Miroslav Klose
Ghana – Michael Essien
Greece – Theofanis Gekas
Honduras – Wilson Palacios
Italy – Gianluigi Buffon
Ivory Coast – Didier Drogba
Japan Shunsuke Nakamura
Mexico – Rafael Márquez
Netherlands – Robin Van Persie
New Zealand – Ryan Nelsen
Nigeria – John Obi Mikel
North Korea – Hong Yong-Jo
Paraguay – Roque Santa Cruz
Portugal – Cristiano Ronaldo
Serbia – Nemanja Vidić
Slovakia – Marek Hamšík
Slovenia – Milivoje Novakovič
South Africa – Steven Pienaar
South Korea – Park Ji-Sung
Spain – Fernando Torres
Switzerland – Tranquillo Barnetta
USA – Landon Donovan
Uruguay – Diego Forlán

Now get your wall charts back out, find your calculators and good luck!

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