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Troubled Gazza Sectioned Again
England legend Paul Gascoigne has been sectioned under the Mental Health Act for a second time...
Former England, Newcastle, Tottenham, Lazio, and Rangers midfielder Paul Gascoigne has been again sectioned under the Mental Health Act.
Hertfordshire Police confirmed on Monday that 'Gazza' is being protected again after an incident in Hemel Hempstead at the weekend.
A police spokesman stated: "Police were called just after 12.30pm on Sunday following a report that a 42-year-old man had approached a member of the public who was unknown to him, appearing unwell and in an agitated state in Hemel Hempstead.
"Officers arrived and accompanied the man to hospital so he could be checked over. He was sectioned under the Mental Health Act."
Gascoigne spent a fortnight at Middleton St George Hospital in Darlington following his escalating problems in February.
After 72-hours of sectioning, Gascoigne will be assessed by doctors and social workers.
The highly-regarded player has always been troubled, but his lows have become lower in recent years.
He had a stint as boss of Kettering in 2005, but chairman Imraan Ladak dismissed him after six matches, deeming him "under the influence of alcohol before, during and after several first-team games and training sessions".
Gascoigne was first sectioned this year after displaying 'erratic behavior' in a Newcastle hotel and then hospitalised after 'causing concern' at a hotel in west London.
At the time, step-daughter Bianca Gascoigne said, "I really thought that he was getting better, but at the weekend he took a turn for the worst.
"I have learnt that my dad is seriously ill and it is something we are powerless to control or to help with.''
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