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Who should present the world cup ?

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Cliff Morgan who I believe is about 83 has always been very complimentary about RL, and I know he was on the point of signing RL in the fifties - perhaps he could present it - a link with all the great Welsh players who've played RL in the past - jsut a thought.

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either prince harry or william would be good. Would also be good to get them to afew games.Would create loads of interest and may make the sport more appealing to a younger generation.

Harry is a rite lad

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I don't think I can reply without my feelings on the monarchy influencing my reply.

I'd have anyone but....... but I do accept thats iust me!

To be fair Robin, I'm at the other end of the republican/monarchist spectrum from you, so that probably influences my post too.

It'd be a pretty boring place if we all thought the same!!

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Short list seems to Prince Harry if the queens busy, and if not one of those two then it has to be Claire!

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To be fair Robin, I'm at the other end of the republican/monarchist spectrum from you, so that probably influences my post too.

It'd be a pretty boring place if we all thought the same!!

true!

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If it is true that Bradley Wiggins waived his fee for the Sky Advert. I propose Sir Bradley Wiggins.

His water-carrier stint at the Dubai Sevens for the Joining Jack team was a result of him volunteering, not being asked. Top bloke, it would appear.

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It has to be The Queen

Regardless of your views on the monarchy, this is her job and she's the head of state of all three countries that have a chance of reaching the final.

If the roundball world cup or the Union version was in this country, she would be doing it and there wouldn't even be a debate on the subject.

What he said.

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Oh come off it it's 2013 I don't think we should be getting the Queen involved - how is that going to get the game into the newspapers the next day??

How about a well-known celebrity or reality television star: Cheryl Cole, Jordan (Katie Price) or perhaps even a former Big Brother contestant?

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