Friday, 22 August 2014

Off To Gaza: England Legend, Paul Gascoigne Hospitalised After Drinking Binge

Off To GazaEngland Legend, Paul Gascoigne Hospitalised After Drinking Binge
Paul Gascoigne was hospitalisedon Thursdayafter he was found slumped outside his penthouse apartment in Poole, following a drinking binge

The 47 year-old former Tottenham Hotspur striker was found unconscious, clutching a bottle of gin under his clothes.
Neighbours have complained of rising noise levels from Gascoigne’s 3million rented penthouse, from which he is reportedly facing eviction.
Daily Mirror reported that the ex-England international, who made 50 appearances for the Three Lions, was taken to the Poole Hospital at the escort of Police and Paramedics.
”It is very sad. But the reality is Paul has been drinking for the past few weeks and once that happens things will only end one way.”Today things came to a head. He has had a lot on his plate as he is in the process of trying to find somewhere to live.
”His landlord had given him 10 days to get out of the flat and it was weighing on his mind. Obviously things became too much for him in the past couple of days and he has turned back to the bottle,”
A friend of Gascoigne saidGazza, as he is fondly called, had signed up for a local town club in Bournemouth, where he lives and was expected to make a return to football at the age of 47. He was once dubbed ‘daft as a brush’ by his mentor, late Sir Bobby Robson.
In a gesture of solidarity, QPR coach Harry Redknapp is lending his support to the troubled ex-internationalRedknapp who lives just 10 minutes away from ‘Gazza ‘has invited him to coach the youth team at the Club.
“I see Gazza around – he’s got a heart of gold and he’s probably given his last penny away, but everyone has tried to help him and maybe the only person who can help him now is Gazza himself.”
“I saw him about a month ago and said, ‘Come training here and do a bit of work with the kids – I would love it if he could do that.”I could pick him up at5.45amevery morning when I drive in for training, and that’s an open invitation to him. The offer still stands.”He’s a great lad and it’s so sad to see how he looks at the moment.”
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