Tottenham Hotspur have had some brilliant players during their history, but which one would fans love to have around now?
Xavi claims he can understand why Dele Alli is being compared to Paul Gascoigne.
If Paul Gascoigne is impressed, you know you've done something right.
Newcastle claimed yet another win on Saturday as they beat Welsh side Cardiff 2-1 in the Championship.
It was while Gareth Southgate was looking ahead to England’s game against Scotland and reiterating the importance of “emotional control” in these fixtures that his mind went back to Euro 96 and the kind of sketch that probably felt perfectly normal then bearing in mind the identity of the man around whom the story revolves.
Tottenham Hotspur are aiming to go 10 games unbeaten at the start of the season as they take on Leicester today, something they last did in the 1990/91 campaign.
With the two clubs meeting tomorrow afternoon in the Premier League, we take a look at some of the finest players to have graced both teams.
Italy isn't for everyone. Paul Gascoigne, Ian Rush and Luther Blissett made that abundantly clear. So here's our do's and dont's for surviving Serie A.
The Argentine and scorer of one of the most famous goals in FA Cup history for Tottenham is 64-years-old.
The troubled former player has backed the Newcastle United legend to replace Roy Hodgson.
England took on Spain in the quarter-finals of Euro 96.
England and Scotland met at Wembley on this day, and one man stole the show.
It hasn’t been easy looking at those front-page photographs of Paul Gascoigne with his face bashed up, scabbed and seeping, and remembering the last time I saw him in the flesh and how – wishful thinking, perhaps – I came away with the impression that maybe a semblance of order was gradually returning to his life.