By James Black

Paul Gascoigne has incredibly claimed former Rangers owner Sir David Murray once “took off his legs and wrestled” with the Rangers and England legend.

Gascoigne was appearing at Glasgow’s Pavilion Theatre for his ‘An Evening with Paul Gascoigne’ event and told the almost too-good-to-be-true story to a packed house.

Sir David lost both of his legs in a car crash in his twenties and subsequently used prosthetics to get around.

Gazza told the sold-out crowd a host of stories from his time at Ibrox but it was his tale about the time he wrestled the steel magnate that surprised most.

Gascoigne claimed that Sir David had once taken off his artificial legs and challenged the midfielder to a wrestling match.

“He’s an ex-rugby player, and he told me to get on my knees and he started wrestling me,” Gascoigne said as quoted by the Scotsman.
“He had me in a headlock and everything.

“On my way home in the car I actually **** myself.”

Gascoigne joined Rangers in 1995 from Italians Lazio for £4.3million pounds and made a huge impact on Scottish football in his time at Ibrox.
The former Newcastle and Tottenham midfielder’s display against Aberdeen on the day Rangers lifted their eight successive Scottish title is still widely regarded as one of the best individual performances seen in Scottish football as he scored an incredible hat-trick to secure the league flag.
Gazza left the Gers after three years to join Middlesbrough and it’s unlikely Scottish football will see another talent like Gascoigne any time soon.

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