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About the Author: Paul Gascoigne

Paul John Gascoignenicknamed Gazza, is a former England international footballer.Playing as a midfielder, he began his professional career with local club Newcastle United in 1985 Three years later he was sold on to Tottenham Hotspur for a 2 million fee He won the FA Cup with Spurs in 1991, before he was sold to Italian club Lazio for 5.5 million the following year In July 1995, he was transf



10 thoughts on “Gazza: My Story

  1. says:

    Quite haunting really, to read here how Glenn Hoddle, then England Manager, excluded Paul Gascoigne from the 1998 World Cup finals Gazza goes into a destructive frenzy, rage and Hoddle says The thing is, Gazza, your head is not right Yet Hoddle and Gazza were birds of the same feather as far as football is concerned both of them from slightly different eras were superb on the pitch with their pin point passing and devastating free kicks Alas both of them hardly fulfilled their potential, but due to different reasons As we see from this book, Gazza was always his own worst enemy Whilst one might appreciate the English sense of humour to a certain extent, Gazza always went too far And that is an humongous understatement What type of zany antics are this one wonders Unequivocally and disastrously, Gazza often indulges in such bizarre, outrageous antics jokes that would certainly not be tolerated in any way in most other climes Yes, the football talent is always there, but the baggage that goes with it is uncanny Gazza s irreverence can hardly be excused even from a toddler, and the eerie ...


  2. says:

    Paul Gascoignen Gazza My Story Headline, 2005 on kiistatta huikean lahjakkaan, mutta samalla pahasti alkoholisoituneen ja henkisesti ep kyps n urheilijan Englannin Matti Nyk sen kehuttu ja kai palkittukin el m kerta, jossa varsinaisen kirjoitusty n lienee tehnyt ensimm isen virallisen The Beatles el m kerran kyn illyt Hunter Davies.Luin kirjan nopeasti Gazza kertoo el m st n jalkapalloilijana v rikk sti, ja jotkut lyvapaat sattumukset kent n ulkopuolella olivat varsin hauskoja Daft as a brush luonnehdinta pit paikkaansa Tarinalla on kuitenkin synkempi puolensa, johon kuuluvat alkoholismi, itsetuhoisia piirteit saava masennus ja v kivaltaiset kohtaukset, joiden kohteeksi joutuivat niin vaimo Shel kuin Englannin maajoukkueen managerina toimineen Glenn Hoddlen ty huone.Gascoigne kertoo edesottamuksistaan kent ll ja sen ulkopuolella rehelliselt kuulostavaan s vyyn, my nt en tekem ns virheet ja sortuen oikeastaan vasta pokkariversion lis luvuissa panettelemaan muita eli t ss vaiheessa entist vaimoaan, joka ei tosin h nk n tainnut olla kultaisin mahdollinen ihminen.Gascoignen ylitseampuval...


  3. says:

    It made me laugh about not with i him At times I felt sorry for him, because he is an idiot


  4. says:

    Simply the best bio I ve ever read, funny, honest, sad, revealing highly entertaining.If you know gazza, you ll know that he is full of stories from the football world.One of my all time favourite booksHighly recommended


  5. says:

    He s the footballer we love to hate to love Paul Gascoigne, one of the original bad boys of football, a man who s faced many of the same struggles as George Best His bestselling autobiography covers everything you d expect, from his early career to his downfall at the hands of drink and drugs.In fact, My Story leaves off before the modern day, which can only be a blessing since its publication, the ex footballer has been dismissed from his managerial post at Kettering Town and been in trouble with the media due to his run ins with the law That said, you can hardly fault Headline, the book s publishers, for failing to realise that Gazza s career as a bad boy was only just beginning back in 2004, when the book was first published.The actual quality of the writing is pretty good, way than you d expect from a guy who s presumably lost half of his brain cells from too many headers and too many drinks One can only presume that it s because of the talents of Hunter Davies, Gazza s co author Hunter is a veteran journalist, the author of dozens of books including the only ever authorised biography of The Beatles I can t help but feeling that it s his influence which has made this book so readable, a little like the written equivalent of watching reality TV shows.The book is also packed with photographs from the footballer s own archive, from ...


  6. says:

    This book was really hard to rate Yes, it looks honest, and you can t help but appreciate the candour However, you also can t help but loathe certain personality traits that Gazza exudes in his writings I liked that the book reads like he s actually talking to you I read it all in his voice In the first half, you may shake your head and despair for the chirpy, child like prankster, and it may seem like he hasn t yet outgrown high school, but it s hard to get through that part of the book without smiling When things get darker, you start to wonder where all that went Of course, I love Gazza for being a brilliant footballer This, though, was an autobiography that contains quite a lot of personal information and for that, I must say that I don t think I can respect Gazza as a person When you normally read about autobiographies of people you consider to be greats, you are allowed to form such opinions, I think It s not because he made mistakes, but because of his attitudes towards them Sure, he repeatedly calls himself a bastard, and it seems like he s owning up However, there s...


  7. says:

    At a time when English football fans can only look on with envy at the types of players the rest of the world seem to be able to produce, I decided to pick up a copy of Gazza My Story and wonder what just might have been.The result was far frustrating than enjoyable as I found myself shaking my head like a disappointed father times than laughing at the ridiculous situations Gazza got himself into during a playing career which was wrecked by injury and self destruction.Paul Gascoigne was the most naturally gifted British player since George Best, and he captured our hearts at Itlalia 90 with his skillful displays and of course those semi final tears And despite flashes of brilliance over the next decade or so, Gazza wo...


  8. says:

    Great book Gazza I have read many biographies and I really enjoyed this one Gazza should have been protected What a fantastic player Sadly mixed up though Gazza was one of a kind.


  9. says:

    i loved this so honestly written and hilarious at times and sad at times also for me the greatest attacking footballer from England in the last 30 years name me another the book talks about his problems with drink and depression but also hilariously talks about all the brilliant pranks he pulled although i would never eat a mince pie from him if he offered me one very endearing and if its true what he wrote about giving all those cars and houses away to his nearest and dearest to the point he was left with hardly anything then an incredibly warm and genuine guy also would love to meet him and give him a hug to be honest what a...


  10. says:

    Gazza is a tough read while detailing his football career, Paul Gascoigne describes in great detail the battles he fought with himself dealing with alcoholism, drugs, paranoi, OCD, probably even ADHD although it s not defined as such Paul s writer, Hunter Davies, allows Paul to spend too much time on these subjects, the negative aspects, that it is hard to believe Gascoigne when he says he is happy However, I think it is an important read, as there are several people in the world f...


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