Football star Paul Gascoigne has admitted common assault and drunk and disorderly charges linked to an incident at a railway station.
The ex-England player told Daybreak he was feeling "good" after his latest round of treatment, and thanked the public for their support.
Footballing star Paul Gascoigne thought he was going to die during his latest stretch in rehab to beat alcohol addiction.
England's translator Giacomo Malvermi was handed the number 19 shirt by the midfielder after a 1-1 draw with Tunisia in June 1990.
Malvermi, who has donated the shirt to the Sir Bobby's Breakthrough Online Charity Auction, said: "Sir Bobby was a great man and a gentleman of the football world.
"During my time as his translator at Italia '90 I was inspired and overwhelmed by his passion, kindness and above all his great humanity and empathy."
The online auction, which hopes to raise £1 million, will take place next month and will fund cancer research in the North East, Breakthrough Breast Cancer and cancer services at two Suffolk Hospitals.
Paul Gascoigne's solicitor Gavin Harris said the former footballer wanted privacy so he could continue with his treatment against alcohol addiction.
The former England midfielder also wanted to publicly apologise for his actions.
Paul Gascoigne will have to pay a total of £1,245 for his drunken assault at a railway station on July 4.
He will pay:
- The former footballer was fined £600 for one charge of assault.
- He will also pay £400 for a drunk and disorderly charge.
- Gascoigne was ordered to pay £100 in compensation to ticket collector Jack Sherrington, who he assaulted.
- The 46-year-old will pay court costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £60.
Former England soccer star Paul Gascoigne has been fined £1,000 after he admitted common assault and drunk and disorderly charges linked to an incident at Stevenage rail station when he appeared at Stevenage Magistrates Court today.
Paul Gascoigne admitted assault and drunk and disorderly charges related to an incident at Stevenage railway station.
The former footballer, 46, who received treatment for alcoholism in an American clinic earlier this year, was originally charged with two counts of assault, one involving his ex-wife Sheryl, but that charge was dropped.
The former Newcastle United and Tottenham midfielder, who lives in Gateshead, was arrested after officers were called to Stevenage rail station in Hertfordshire at around 10.30pm July 4.
Former England footballer Paul Gascoigne admitted common assault and drunk and disorderly charges linked to an incident at a railway station when he appeared at Stevenage Magistrates Court.
Former England footballer Paul Gascoigne is to appear in court today to face two counts of common assault and one count of drunk and disorderly following an incident at Stevenage railway station on July 4.
The 46-year-old, who received treatment for alcoholism in an American clinic earlier this year, will appear before magistrates in Stevenage.
Gascoigne, who received treatment for alcoholism in an American clinic earlier this year, has been bailed to appear before magistrates in Stevenage on August 5.
The former Newcastle United and Tottenham midfielder, who lives in Gateshead, was arrested after officers were called to the station at about 10.30pm and was later released on police bail.
– Baljit Ubhey, the Chief Crown Prosecutor for Thames and Chiltern CPS.
Following a BTP investigation, a file was forwarded to us to consider whether any criminal charges could be brought against the 46-year-old man.
Having carefully reviewed all of the available evidence, Thames and Chiltern CPS authorised officers from BTP to charge the man with common assault and being drunk and disorderly.