One of England’s greatest footballers is heading to the seaside town of Tenby this September for an evening of sporting chat and entertainment.
Paul Gascoigne, who represented the England national team from 1988 to 1998, in which he was capped 57 times, scoring ten goals, will be appearing at the De Valence Pavilion on Saturday, September 17, for an event presented by 33 Promotions.
Described by the National Football Museum as “widely recognised as the most naturally talented English footballer of his generation” - Gazza who played in England’s epic semi-final match against West Germany in the 1990 FIFA World Cup, where he famously cried after receiving a yellow card, which meant he would have been suspended for the final had England won the game.
He also helped England to the semi-finals of Euro 96, which included scoring a goal against Scotland, described as “one of the most iconic goals in the game’s recent history.”
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