Rangers and Spurs legend Paul Gascoigne damaged White Hart Lane’s famous cockerel symbol with an air rifle, claims club historian John Fennelly

via The Sun |

PAUL GASCOIGNE left many White Hart Lane memories — including a lasting impression on the stadium’s famous symbol.

In 1988, Spurs chairman Irving Scholar ordered the 9ft-high brass cockerel above the East Stand had to come down because of a major rebuilding project.

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Gazza celebrates winning the title with Rangers under Walter Smith

Club historian John Fennelly was invited along with a photographer.

He said:

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