Paul Gascoigne Taken To Hospital After Being Found Slumped Drunk Outside His House

Chris Wright

22nd, August 2014


By Chris Wright


According to a report in the Telegraph this morning, Paul Gascoigne was hospitalised yesterday after he was discovered slumped outside his house.

This from the Telegraph:

“Paramedics and police were called to Mr Gascoigne’s rented apartment in Sandbanks, Dorset, to find him slumped on the ground holding a bottle of vodka.

“The former Lazio and Tottenham Hotspur star is reportedly in the process of being evicted by his landlord from the £3 million property where neighbours had recently complained of the noise.”

Gascoigne was apparently found after he rang a friend to say: “I’m in trouble, can you come and help me?”

A friend of Gascoigne’s told the Daily Mirror:

“It is very sad. But the reality is Paul has been drinking for the past few weeks and once that happens things will only end one way.

“Today things came to a head. He has had a lot on his plate as he is in the process of trying to find somewhere to live.

“His landlord had given him 10 days to get out of the flat and it was weighing on his mind.

“Obviously things became too much for him in the past couple of days and he has turned back to the bottle.”

This news coming just a day after it was revealed that Gascoigne had signed on for his local Sunday League team on a whim while nipping out to buy ciggies.

A glimpse at today’s tabloid front pages reveal a sorry state of affairs (it’s worth remembering that Gazza is only 47-years-old)…


We can’t help but feel rotten for asking, but how long until we all wake up to that headline? The headline nobody wants to hear.

As we’ve said before: He’s unravelling, bit by bit. It’s tragic, but only Gazza can help Gazza now and unfortunately for him, Gazza is the last person you’d call for help about anything.


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  1. SA says:

    The headline is coming, which is sad, yes I’m a utd fan, sad to see georgie best succumb to booze, it took my uncle and my brothers been in it’s grip for 30 yrs, and Gazza is only 3 years older than shearer, he’s 47

  2. Casey says:

    Hopefully people can learn an important lesson about substance abuse from this; in that it can happen to anyone and it does not discriminate. As the article says, only Gazza can help himself at this point. I really hope he can but I think we all fear the worst.

  3. Jarren says:

    It doesn’t look good.

    There’s only one person who can help him now, and he has to look at that person in the mirror.

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