Tottenham Hotspur icon Paul Gascoigne has revealed on Twitter that he is set to turn out for the legends side at the new stadium next weekend.
The former Spurs and England midfielder hinted on Twitter that Gary Mabbutt has told him that he will be starting the match and to keep it quiet. However, in true Gazza style he has let the cat out of the bag.
Gascoigne, who scored the stunning free-kick against Arsenal at Wembley in the 1991 FA Cup semi-final admits that it will be emotional to play for the club again.
Gazza spent four years at White Hart Lane, but only managed to play for three campaigns after sustaining a knee injury that kept him sidelined for the 1991/92 season.
The 51-year-old went on to play for Lazio, Glasgow Rangers and Middlesbrough along with cameo stints at Everton, Burnley, Gansu Tianma and Boston United.
There is no doubt that he will provide some entertainment in the fixture against Inter Milan, which will be played in front of 45,000 fans.
Hi every1 the skipper GARY is getting hounded,HE PICKED ME2PLAY FROM THE START I WAS THE 1 WHO SAID KEEP IT QUIET ?things are going well plus2play4the YIDS again ?I will be emotional,I suppose it’s not the 1st time I’ve put my skipper in the shit ?I can’t wait ❤️from GAZZA8x pic.twitter.com/eoquAedHxJ
— Paul Gascoigne (@Paul_Gascoigne8) March 22, 2019
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