- Tottenham Hotspur 1991 FA Cup Final Shirt, remade under licence by Score Draw, signed by Paul Gascoigne. In silver frame, preframed and ready for dispatch. In deluxe black frame with silver inlay, preframed and ready for dispatch.
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Publisher: Exclusive Memorabilia
Details: This retro Tottenham Hotspur shirt was been personally signed by Paul Gascoigne in Sandbanks on June 17, 2014. Gazza is one of Spurs favourite sons, whose skills lit up White Hart Lane in the early Nineties. His famous free-kick against Arsenal sent them into the 1991 FA Cup final, in which they beat Nottingham Forest 2-1, but lost Gazza to injury after his reckless tackle against Gary Charles. This item is a great reminder of that glorious era.