FALKIRK'S Peter Grant last night went out on a limb by claiming his team have the beating of anyone - and insisted he'd give his right arm
to play at Hampden.
The source said that the 'Basic Instincts' star would give his right arm
for a reconciliation but Jones has warned him that she is not ready to commit and still has not ruled out divorce.
I bet Mark Hughes would give his right arm
for a natural-born scorer who has clawed his way through the leagues rather than the big shots.
Any headteacher would give his right arm
for pupils such as those on leaving Middle School - although I don't expect Mr McNally to go that far!
He's 64, English down to his St George Y-fronts, and he'd literally give his right arm
to finish his career winning a trophy for his country, and going down as the new Sir Alf.
"My cellmate Lennie Godber would give his right arm
to see a black mass in the nick with a juicy virgin sacrifice and all that.
Beethoven wrote both his Fifth and Sixth Symphonies in 1808 and premiered them together at a concert that any music lover today would give his right arm
to have attended.
Letwin, you will remember, said he would rather "go on the streets and beg" and give his right arm
rather than send his children to an inner London comprehensive.
Kenwright would give his right arm
to get Moyes the player he wants but unfortunately right arms don't buy players.
"Swanky," said another asking, "Does he just love it?" "Actually," came the reply, "he said he'd give his right arm
for a door."
But as someone who would give his right arm
to represent his country, I find his comments an absolute disgrace.
Having watched Secuestro Express, I now know they make gangster films that Guy Ritchie would give his right arm
"I can't think of any Welshman who would not give his right arm
to play in a game like this, so why be nervous?
Rhydian says he'd give his right arm
to be in The X Factor final.
Any coach would give his right arm
to have England internationals like Butt, Scholes and Sheringham on the bench.