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There were times when he was the heart, spirit and brain of England
Striker hurt his nose in the match against Newcastle
Careers are more exciting for Olympians, retirement more painful
The last Englishman to score the winner against Brazil tells Sam Wallace what it takes to defeat them
Where do we start – again – on the latest breakdown in England's ability to compete seriously against grown-up football nations?
He tells us he is thrilled to be back and the nation is anxious to believe
Standing outside the Next store on the Team Valley Trading Estate in Gateshead, off to the right you can see the rusty outline of Antony Gormley's Angel of the North.
His work at Spurs has been brilliantly constructive and at times sublime
Harry Redknapp believes that his current Tottenham Hotspur team would beat even the 1989-90 vintage, the last Spurs side to finish third in the league.
Statistics reveal that England are better than average in May and June. Glenn Moore crunches the numbers
A bankruptcy petition against former England football star Paul Gascoigne was dismissed at the High Court today.
Yesterday, Scottish authorities set out a plan to tackle Glasgow's football violence. But the Rangers and Celtic divide is part of the city's soul, argues Richard Wilson
The trial of former England football star Paul Gascoigne, who is accused of drink driving, was adjourned today following hours of legal wrangling.
Paul Gascoigne has been arrested for drugs offences, sources said today.
One-time World Cup star Paul Gascoigne was warned he could be jailed after he admitted driving while more than four times the legal limit today.
Paul Gascoigne's appointment as manager of Garforth Town is not yet a done deal. Reports yesterday claimed the former England midfielder had already been confirmed as the boss of the Evo-Stik First Division North League club but talks remain ongoing between Gascoigne and the Garforth owner, Simon Clifford.