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Former Toon Star Gazza Back In Hospital

Paul 'Gazza' Gascoigne is back in hospital following an incident in West London.

Gazza, who was sectioned under the Mental Health Act in February for two-weeks after a disturbance in a Newcastle hotel, has battled with alcohol and health problems for several years, mainly since his footballing career finally ended, something which the former Toon and England international star has struggled immensely to deal with.

It is reported that the Police were called to a disturbance at a hotel in London on Sunday, but no crime has been alledged, he has however voluntarily agreed to go back into hospital.

You can't help but fear for the future of Gazza, something that many people have done so for several years.

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Writer: Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 6 2008

Time: 9:19AM

Your Comments

At least the club is still supporting Gazza, dont see anything of Danny Baker or Chris Ginger tosser Evans now do you? All the time they rode on Gazza;s back he was a great bloke, made their careers by association now Gazza needs them they are nowhere to be seen. Shame on them, credit to the toon army.
col8
gazza was my idol as i grew up, sure he's made alot of mistakes but those leaches bled him dry - where are they now? they dont want to ******** know do they, parasites!
best of luck gazza, i hope you can get yourself sorted, but i too worry for your long term future mate...
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