1. Paul Gascoigne is an English retired football player.
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2. Paul Gascoigne captained Newcastle to victory in the FA Youth Cup in 1985.
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4. Paul Gascoigne was noticed by football scouts while playing for Gateshead Boys, though failed to impress in a trial at Ipswich Town.
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7. Paul Gascoigne took part in the first edition of Soccer Aid in 2006, playing for an England team captained by Robbie Williams.
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9. Paul Gascoigne was appointed manager of Conference North club Kettering Town on 27 October 2005, and planned to put in enough money to own one-third of the club to show his commitment.
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12. Paul Gascoigne made an immediate impact; in the fifth league game of the season in the Old Firm match at Celtic Park he scored a goal after running almost the full length of the pitch.
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15. Paul Gascoigne was named as BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 1990, and on accepting the award said that "I haven't won anything in the game as yet.
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16. At the age of 18 Paul Gascoigne signed a two-year £120 a week contract at Newcastle, with the club having a further two-year option clause.
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17. Paul Gascoigne was signed on as an apprentice at Newcastle on his sixteenth birthday.
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18. Paul Gascoigne was noticed by football scouts while playing for Gateshead Boys, though failed to impress in a trial at Ipswich Town.
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19. Paul Gascoigne was part of the England squad that reached fourth place in the 1990 FIFA World Cup, where he famously cried after receiving a yellow card in the semi-final with West Germany, which meant he would have been suspended for the final itself had England won the game.
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20. Paul Gascoigne 'broke into my house and raided my fridge', says ex-Rangers ace.
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23. In January 2014 Paul Gascoigne entered rehab for his alcohol addiction for a seventh time at a £6,000-a-month clinic in Southampton.
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25. On 9 July 2010 Paul Gascoigne appeared at the scene of the tense stand-off between the police and the fugitive Raoul Moat, claiming to be a friend of Moat and stating that he had brought him "a can of lager, some chicken, a fishing rod, a Newcastle shirt and a dressing gown.
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39. In summer 2002, Paul Gascoigne went on trial with American club DC United, but rejected a contract.
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41. In January 1998, Paul Gascoigne courted serious controversy during a goal celebration where he mimed playing a flute during an Old Firm match at Celtic Park.
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44. Paul Gascoigne will not be inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame, after organisers performed a U-turn on their decision to nominate the former Rangers and England midfielder.
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