Gazza blames 'boredom' for booze demons
London, Mar 21 : England football legend Paul Gascoigne has claimed boredom was to blame for the latest setback in his efforts to beat alcohol addiction.
Gazza recently spent a month at a rehabilitation clinic in Phoenix, Arizona, after another relapse in his fight with the booze, the Daily Mirror reports.
Gazza said there was no one to blame for his relapse, adding he was just bored and that's the worst thing for him, but he suppose it was him only that made himself bored.
In an interview the former England superstar add he might drink in the future but that's what it is, being an alcoholic.
Gazza further said in last 11 years he has probably drank 14 months out of it and the Press says he is drinking all the time, which is not correct, adding he was three years sober and then he had a four- or five-week binge.
Gascoigne added it's just those little binges so he just got to stop those binges, adding when he is drinking he forgets about everyone and doesn't realise the hurt he is doing to everyone but he has also got to think about the hurt he was doing to himself.
Gazza added he doesn't know if he is never going to touch a drink again and he just knows that he is not drinking today.