Paul Gascoigne




Newcastle United 1984 shirt

Gateshead born Paul Gascoigne (pic) signed schoolboy forms with Newcastle United in 1980, apprentice forms in 1983 and his first professional contract in May 1985 - the month after he made his debut, under Jack Charlton, as a substitute against QPR at the end of the 1984/85 season. Gascoigne captained Newcastle United's FA Youth Cup winning team in 1984/85 too. After 104 appearances and 25 goals for Newcastle United, Gascoigne left St. James' Park to join Tottenham Hotspur for £2.2 million on 18 July 1988.

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England 1990 World Cup Final No19 shirt

England’s Paul Gascoigne (pic) wore the No19 shirt in every minute of all England’s 1990 World Cup Finals matches, apart from the third/fourth place match against Italy, for which he was suspended after receiving his second yellow card of the tournament in the semi-final match against Germany. Only Peter Shilton, Des Walker and Gary Lineker played more minutes during the 1990 World Cup Finals for England than “Gazza”.


Tottenham Hotspur 1991 Semi Final shirt

In Wembley Stadium’s first ever FA Cup Semi-Final on 14 April 1991, Paul Gascoigne’s 5th minute goal, direct from a 35 yard free-kick, later voted BBC Match of the Day’s Goal of the Season, set Tottenham Hotspur on the way to a 3-1 win against Arsenal. Gascoigne played in all 6 Spurs FA Cup matches in 191, scoring 6 goals too and from 1988 until 1991, appeared 112 times for Spurs and scored 33 goals.




 Fog on the Tyne by Paul Gascoinge