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  1. The Perfect Gift for Gazza Fans!
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The Perfect Gift for Gazza Fans!

Personally autographed by Paul Gascoigne!

Remember one of the most infamous moments of Gazza's career with this signed photo of former footballer and now Hollywood film star Vinnie Jones striking a low blow to midfielder Paul Gascoigne at a match in 1987.

This hard-hitting 16" x 12" limited edition photo comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Paul Gascoigne signing the picture.

NOTE: All sales final for signed memorabilia in order to protect standards of authenticity.


Personalmente autografiada por Paul Gascoigne. Recuerda uno de los momentos más polémicos en la carrera de Gazza con esta fotografía que captura el momento en el que Vinnie Jones golpea al mediocampista inglés durante un partido celebrado en 1987. La image

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