Serbia goalkeeper Vladimir Stojkovic is the latest player to criticise the World Cup match ball.
The new Adidas Jabulani ball has been slammed by the likes of David James, Iker Casillas and Gianluigi Buffon with many training with the ball for the first time in the build up to the tournament.
Modern day balls have been criticised for favouring outfield players due to their ability to constantly change direction in mid-air when hit from distance, but the new World Cup ball is said to be even more lightweight.
Spain shot-stopper Casillas has described the ball as more like a 'beachball' while Stojkovic said: "I have played with many different balls in my time - those that swerve a lot, change direction, fly awkwardly - but this one is definitely the worst of all.
"It has been intentionally made to suit outfield players and to contribute to a high number of goals at the World Cup."
Many expect the ball to be even trickier to judge due to the fact that most games at the World Cup will be played at high altitude.