FA chairman David Bernstein has told ITV News the organisation will reach out to Paul Gascoigne in the next 24 hours following the latest reports of the former England star's ill health. He said the 45-year-old remained a "valued member of the football family."
Terry Baker, an agent for Paul Gascoigne, says the player's life is in danger and he needs immediate help for his alcohol addiction.
Gascoigne's old friend, Steve Wraith, has told Dan Ashby it's heart wrenching to see him in so much trouble.
Gazza's friend @stevewraith told me the star is 'withering away' but that he hopes Gazza will beat his problems soon
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel has urged the Professional Footballers' Association to help Paul Gascoigne, who is struggling with alcoholism and depression.
– Peter Schmeichel, Former Footballer
This is not fun watching. Gazza needs help. Come on PFA & Gordon Taylor, time to step up.