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England vs Scotland at Euro 96 was one of the defining games of the decade - but glory wasn't on the cards for Gazza & Co.
In the late 1990s, big-headed collectibles known as Corinthian figures stormed onto British shelves, then quickly flew off them. This is the tale of how Corinthian figures dominated for half a decade, told by those at the top – it all started with Star Trek...
The history of the game could have been very different had some of these signings been completed…
Twenty-two men chase a ball and at the end – spoiler – the Germans win. But what effect did Euro 96 have on football in England?
Paul Gascoigne was about to be substituted before Gary McAllister missed Scotland's penalty. Then his goal changed England's tournament...
The goal against Scotland at Euro 96 was Paul Gascoigne's crowning moment for Three Lions, but that wasn't the start of his national tale. This is full tumultuous story of Gazza and England
Paul Gascoigne Everyone has an anecdote to tell about the most naturally gifted player of a generation, from flying tackles to fishing rods – and there was true on-pitch greatness amid the off-pitch madness. Ahead of FA Cup semi-final weekend, the stage for his greatest moment, FFT looks back at the glory years
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