Thursday, April 1, 2010

Gazza Opens Language School in Japan

Troubled ex-Newcastle United, Spurs, Lazio, Rangers and England midfielder Paul Gascoigne has decided to escape the pressures back home in the UK by opening a language school in Japan.

"Gazza English" is a new business venture that aims to cash in on Gascoigne's fame in Japan.

Gazza Opens Language School in Japan

The school offers courses in the Geordie dialect, English swear words and binge drinking.

A clearly delighted Paul told the assembled Japanese media: "My aim is to produce students who will be fluent in Geordie and completely unintelligible to other English speakers."

"New students will be encouraged to express themselves by wearing false breasts and belching loudly."

We wish Paul all the best in his latest career move.

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