A wasted talent? Troubled genius? Greatest England player of his - and many other - generations? The reason you got into football? All of the above?
Few footballers of the past 30 years have captured the imagination quite like Paul Gascoigne.Copyright: PA MEDIA
From Mars-bar loving maverick at Newcastle to Roman playboy via World Cup brilliance, Gazza really had it all. And did most of it.
We gave you 10 of his most iconic moments as part of BBC Sport's Euros Rewind programming which kicked off on Saturday- and this is how you ranked them.
Alan Shearer speaks to some of the key protagonists in England's 2-0 win over Scotland at Euro 96, sealed by wonderful goal from Paul Gascoigne.
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Former Newcastle and Boro midfielder Paul Gascoigne is celebrating a birthday today:
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Former Rangers midfielder Paul Gascoigne says Steven Gerrard is at Rangers "for the long haul".
Paul Gascoigne is left in tears after receiving a yellow card at the 1990 World Cup semi-final, which would leave him out of an England final.
The former England footballer wept in the dock and thanked the jury as the verdict was announced.
Paul Gascoigne joked outside court that he was off to the dentist after being cleared of a sexual assault and found not guilty of assault by beating after kissing a woman on a train.
The ex-footballer smiled and stood beside his solicitor Imogen Cox as she read the statement on his behalf.
It said: "To have a sexual allegation for over 12 months has been tough.
"I am so glad I was finally able to put over my side of the story and that the jury came to the correct verdict.
"I'm now looking forward to getting on with my life."
Mr Gascoigne himself then said: "I am off to the dentist."
He had said earlier in the trial any impression he had been slurring his words was because he did not have his false teeth in when he was on the train.Copyright: PA Media
Paul Gascoigne's personal manager has shared her reaction after the ex-footballer was cleared of sexual assault and found not guilty of assault by beating after he kissed a woman on a train.
The 52-year-old had been accused of "forcefully and sloppily" kissing the fellow passenger on a service from York to Newcastle in August 2018.
Mr Gascoigne has retweeted Katie Davies' post.
Paul Gascoigne's solicitor has said the charge hanging over him was "tough".
The 52-year-old has been cleared of sexually assaulting a woman on a train and also found not guilty of assault by beating.
Reading a statement outside Teesside Crown Court, Imogen Cox said Mr Gascoigne was glad it was over so he could get on with his life.Copyright: Danny Lawson/PA Wire
Paul Gascoigne has thanked the judge and jury at Teesside Crown court after he was found not guilty of assault by beating and was cleared of a sexual assault on a woman.
He had been charged after kissing the woman on a train from York to Newcastle in August 2018.