QPR boss offers `troubled` Gazza to coach budding footballers
London: Former England international Paul Gascoigne, popularly known as Gazza, has been offered an open invitation from Queens Park Rangers boss Harry Redknapp to he help out with coaching his young footballers.
Gazza has had a history of health-related problems and is reported to have been taken from his Dorset home by emergency services on Friday. Redknapp lives in close proximity to Gazza on the South Coast .
Redknapp said that if Gazza wants to do it he would pick him up every day at the end of his road and bring him in, The BBC reported.
Redknapp added that Gazza is a great lad and it is just sad to see how he is looking at the moment. He said that he saw him about a month ago and told the former England footballer that he would pick him up in the mornings, asking him to come training with him.
The QPR boss said that he would love it if Gazza comes to train the kids, and that is an open invitation to him. He added that he sees Gazza around and loves him, as the former footballer has a heart of gold.
Redknapp also said that Gazza has probably given his last penny away but that is just how he is. He added that everyone has tried to help him but the only person who can help him now is Gazza himself.