THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

27 September ~ Paul Gascoigne is the new manager of Garforth Town. The club's owner, Simon Clifford, claims this isn't a publicity stunt, although that's open to debate given some of his previous actions, as Steve Wilson reported in WSC 214 (December 2004)

Watching Garforth Town crash out of this season’s Northern Counties League Cup on the kind of wet and windy Tuesday evening in northern England that foreigners are habitually assumed “not to fancy much”, it was difficult to imagine anywhere further from Brazil. Read the full article

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