Gazza Donates £1000 to Replace Girl’s Stolen Speech Machine

Gazza Donates £1000 to Replace Girl’s Stolen Speech Machine

Ex-Rangers midfielder Paul Gascogine has donated £1000 towards a new speech machine for a little girl, after thieves left he unable to communicate.

Gazza has been busy on social media today, after Twitter granting him an official blue tick via their @verified account.

And with the 50-year-old spending the majority of his day online, he was quick to hear Miya’s tragic story.

Miya’s dad Tweeted how his car had been broken into and the young girl’s speech machine had been stolen during the raid, leaving her unable to communicate with her family due to her disability:

Miya’s plight clearly tugged at Gascoigne’s heart-strings too, as he replied to her father’s Tweet, promising to donate money toward a new machine.

And once the ex-Tottenham and Newcastle United midfielder managed to get the details to the page, he uploaded a picture of his donation:


What a class gesture!


Staff Editor

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