The appearance of Paul Gascoigne in Soccer AM was cut leaving the spectators worried

Paul Gascoinge's Soccer Paul appearance was interrupted on Saturday morning due to poor health

"I've been taking sleeping pills to test kip, that's all": Paul Gascoigne explains that the reason for the appearance of Soccer AM is shortened when viewers express their concern for the well-being of the legend

  • Paul Gascoigne had his appearance in football AM cut on Saturday morning
  • The legend of England "did not feel wonderful" since he did not return in the second part
  • Viewers were increasingly concerned about their well-being, as it seemed to decrease speech
  • He tweeted that he had taken sleeping pills and that there was no reason to worry

Nathan Salt for Mailonline

The appearance of Paul Gascoigne in Soccer AM was interrupted on Saturday morning due to poor health, with fans worried after he seemed to be dragging his feet in his speech in the cult soccer program.

The former midfielder of Tottenham and England was chatting with hosts Jimmy Bullard, Lloyd Griffith and John Fendley.

But the 51-year-old man did not see himself and, after being on the couch for the first 45 minutes of the show, did not reappear as the program informed viewers that he "did not feel wonderful."

Paul Gascoinge's Soccer Paul appearance was interrupted on Saturday morning due to poor health

Paul Gascoinge's Soccer Paul appearance was interrupted on Saturday morning due to poor health

The 51-year-old man seemed restless and many were worried, as he seemed to be dragging his feet

The 51-year-old man seemed restless and many were worried, as he seemed to be dragging his feet

The 51-year-old man seemed restless and many were worried, as he seemed to be dragging his feet

After appearing in the first part, the program finally confirmed that he had gone after feeling bad

After appearing in the first part, the program finally confirmed that he had gone after feeling bad

After appearing in the first part, the program finally confirmed that he had gone after feeling bad

The presenter Fendley said: "Gazza was here before, but it did not feel wonderful, he left us and we will reach it very soon. We wish you all the best friend!

Gascoigne has fought against addiction to beverages and drugs, as well as suffering from various mental health problems in recent years.

But fans of & # 39; Gazza & # 39; They quickly took social networks to express their sadness about the star's plight and wished her a speedy recovery.

A user wrote: & # 39; #SoccerAM needs to get Gascoigne out of here. Clearly, he is not right.

Fans took social media to quickly express their concern for the welfare of the legend of England

Fans took social media to quickly express their concern for the welfare of the legend of England

Fans took social media to quickly express their concern for the welfare of the legend of England

A user sent his best wishes at 51 years after his departure from Soccer AM

A user sent his best wishes at 51 years after his departure from Soccer AM

A user sent his best wishes at 51 years after his departure from Soccer AM

Previously, in the program, & # 39; Gazza & # 39; He seemed very animated, but seemed to deteriorate thereafter

Previously, in the program, & # 39; Gazza & # 39; He seemed very animated, but seemed to deteriorate thereafter

Previously, in the program, & # 39; Gazza & # 39; He seemed very animated, but seemed to deteriorate thereafter

Earlier in the program, the 51-year-old was shown a montage of his best goals during his career and asked how he felt before talking about a recent charity game.

& # 39; I'm 5 feet 9 & # 39; & # 39; he joked. "I'm buzzing, I'm happy."

The rest of the show presented a series of elements that surround & # 39; Gazza & # 39; with a sketch that shows Bullard recreating one of the famous goals of the midfielder.

Sportsmail He has contacted his representative for a comment.

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