Paul Gascoigne has described "the pain" of knowing he might start drinking again even though he recognises it might kill him.
Bidders can win an England shirt which Paul Gascoigne wore ahead of his starring role in the Italia 90 World Cup in a charity auction.
Fallen footballer Paul Gascoigne pleaded guilty to assaulting a security guard at a Stevenage train station
It is being reported that the former England footballer Paul Gascoigne is back in rehab as he continues his battle with alcohol addition.
Last year, the ex-player checked himself into a clinic in Arizona. The Football Association and the England Footballers' Foundation donated £40,000 to help him.
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Paul Gascoigne has admitted he doesn't know if he will ever win his fight against alcohol addiction.
In a revealing documentary 'Being Paul Gascoigne' to be screened on ITV tonight, he admits if he dies he won't get any sympathy because of the warnings he's already had.
Former England footballer Paul Gascoigne has been fined £1,000 after admitting to a drunken assault on a security guard at a railway station in Hertfordshire.
The 46-year-old, who has battled alcoholism for many years, pleaded guilty to the charges when he appeared at Stevenage Magistrates' Court this morning.
There was a heavy media presence outside of Stevenage Magistrates' Court for the arrival and departure of former Newcastle United star Paul Gascoigne.
Gazza's lawyer, Gavin Harris, read a statement on his behalf outside of Stevenage Magistrates' Court.
– Paul Gascoigne's lawyer, Gavin Harris
"Mr Gascoigne wants to publicly apologise for his actions that evening. He now wishes to be left alone to carry on with his recovery."