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Paul Gascoigne's Twitter Account Is Already The Best Thing Of 2018

Paul Gascoigne's Twitter Account Is Already The Best Thing Of 2018

If you ask those who had the chance of playing with Paul Gascoigne during his remarkable 19 year career, almost everyone will reminisce a funny story about 'Gazza'.

Whatever your feelings towards the man, you can't deny that he was and still is an entertainer to the masses.

In fact, Gascoigne has recently brought his hilarious character to the world of Twitter and well, the 50-year-old from Gateshead has well and truly changed the game.

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From taking the absolute piss out of Colin Hendry for 'that' moment against Scotland at Euro 96 to donating £1,000 to a girl whose speech machine was stolen from her dad's car. 'Gazza' has produced moments of magic on the social media platform.

And he's only been on it a matter of weeks.

We kick off with the former Newcastle and Tottenham striker showing his generous side.

Gazza
Gazza
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Gazza then declared that he 'might' becoming a bus driver, reminiscing that he has done it a couple of times and was 'pretty good at it'

The great man then said he would take the England job in a heart beat, saying that the name on the front of the shirt is more important than the one on the back.

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Gazza
Gazza

Arguably Gascoigne's most iconic moment on the football pitch involves chipping the ball over Scotland defender Colin Hendry at the European Championships in 96'.

He just had to mention it, didn't he.

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A fan asked him 'if had the chance to play for one club again, who would it be,' and Gascoigne had the perfect reply.

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To be honest, Gazza just continues to inspire his followers on a daily basis.


According to the man himself, 2018 is 'the year of Gazza'.

We sincerely hope to read tweets like these in the coming months. Keep doing what you're doing.

Topics: Football News, Football, Funny, England, Twitter, reactions, Paul Gascoigne, Legend

Jack Kenmare

Jack Kenmare is a writer at SPORTbible. He's interviewed some of the biggest names in sport, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Pele, Carles Puyol and Tim Henman. He dabbles in all things sport but football is his biggest passion. He was once hit in the head by a wayward strike from Nicky Butt and lived to tell the tale.

 

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