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    Which Part of your Body will you give up for the World Cup?

    Oram would give up his finger, what is the most valuable body organ or part you can give for a chance to play in the world cup?

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    I'd give up my right arm but i have a feeling it could affect negatively on my bowling.

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    possibly a finger or a toe. But if it was a finger it would have to be on my non bowling hand.

    If i was sure that i could play in the next world cup, i mite just say i can wait.
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    i dont think i would cut any of my body part for a world cup as i know i m not world cup material. i might shave my head or any other body part


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    Quote Originally Posted by rodzilla1010 View Post
    i dont think i would cut any of my body part for a world cup as i know i m not world cup material. i might shave my head or any other body part

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodzilla1010 View Post
    i dont think i would cut any of my body part for a world cup as i know i m not world cup material. i might shave my head or any other body part
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    Id give up more to play a FC game than a WC game
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    I play a guitar otherwise i would have given up my pinky....

    and i was thinking at the age 23 i have a decent chance of playing FC cricket, so may be i need all my body parts working to get there

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    Quote Originally Posted by adharcric View Post
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    but i can see where oram is coming from...ME i cant make a difference, i ll probably shut my eyes and leave the stumps open if i see Akhtar running in....but if i thought that i might actually win the world cup or my team can win it if i had palyed may be i would cut my..no no no....i still wont

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    As much as I love cricket, there's a lot more to life than cricket. I'd shave my head at most - not for a chance to play but for India winning the cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adharcric View Post
    As much as I love cricket, there's a lot more to life than cricket. I'd shave my head at most - not for a chance to play but for India winning the cup.
    I dont think shaving anything would do....for India to win it you might have to chop something off

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    Nout, frankly. Even if I was good enough.

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