England’s Squad and FA chip in £40k for Gazza's treatment
ENGLAND stars and FA chiefs last night answered The Sun’s call to arms by giving £40,000 to help save stricken Paul Gascoigne’s life.
We appealed yesterday to Three Lions aces as alcoholic Gazza, 45, faced huge US hospital and rehab bills.
They quickly rallied in support of the legend, who famously wept during England’s 1990 World Cup semi.
With Gazza in intensive care in the US, Club England managing director Adrian Bevington said: “We’ll do whatever it takes to help.”
The Football Association and Three Lions stars, rallied by skipper Steven Gerrard, stumped up just hours after The Sun issued an appeal urging players to chip in.
Their contribution — donated via the national team’s official charity — stood at £40,000 last night.....Read more