Paul Gascoigne’s father is dead – Travel Guide vs Booking


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Paul Gascoigne is said to be "devastated" after his father died Friday after a battle with cancer. Gascoigne, 50, traveled from his home in Bournemouth to the family home in Gateshead to be with his loved ones after John's death in the 72nd year. A spokesman for the former English footballer said Gascoigne was "in a strong and sober place" despite a well-documented fight against alcoholism. A statement reported by the Daily Mirror read: "Paul's dad passed away peacefully in the early hours of this morning." Please respect the family and let them complain in private. "Paul is in a place strong and sober and his father is now in Peace. "John and his wife Carol raised Gascoigne and his three brothers in the house of a council in Gateshead. Illness forced him to leave work when Gascoigne was nine years old and ended He received benefits, but is said to have always made sure that his son had a soccer ball and boots.When Gascoigne became an international football star, he showed his gratitude by giving him gifts, including a Rolls Royce of £ 70,000. The family said to The Sun: "Gazza was incredibly close to his father." This will devastate him, as he will with the whole family. "John was always present to Paul every step of the way, through the good times in the the height of his career and the bad. "They were incredibly close." Paul will really miss him. Gascoigne's sister, Lyndsay, paid tribute to his father tonight by posting a photo of himself on Facebook. Last month, Gascoigne, affectionately known as Gazza, was viewed with great gusto attending a Premier League match at King Power Stadium in Leicester, just two weeks after he told his fans he was back and ready for a "Massive 2018". The former football star was seen in the stands in the match between Leicester City and Watford with the legend of goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel. His smiling public appearance, complete with a new beard, came after he returned to Twitter in December and entertained his fans with serious, inspiring and positive messages. This is the second tragedy that has affected the family in recent years after Gascoigne's nephew, Jay Kerrigan, died in April 2016 from an overdose after struggling with mental illness.

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