Gascoigne

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Gascoigne

(ˈɡæskɔɪn)
n
(Biography) Paul, known as Gazza. born 1967, English footballer: won 57 caps for England (1988–98); his clubs included Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur, Lazio, and Rangers
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Gascoigne was a ruined politician, a man of evil fame, or at least had been so till time had buried him from the knowledge of the present generation, and made him obscure instead of infamous.
Among the best of the known poets are these: George Gascoigne (about 1530-1577), a courtier and soldier, who bridges the gap between Surrey and Sidney; Sir Edward Dyer
The Gascoignes spent two weeks at the luxury Ritz Carlton Hotel in Palm Beach, before travelling to Orlando.
It was not quite the homecoming he had planned for summer 1998 but as his former colleagues prepare for their crunch match against Argentina tomorrow, Paul Gascoigne yesterday slipped quietly back into the UK.
Gascoigne, aged 31, looking relaxed and red-faced from the effects of the Florida sun, strolled through the arrivals lounge at Gatwick airport yesterday morning.
While England's footballers have been battling their way through to the second round of France 98, Gascoigne has been holidaying in Florida with his estranged wife Sheryl, aged 33, their two-year-old son Regan and her other children Mason, aged eight, an d Bianca, aged 11.