Paul Gregory Green was an Australian rugby league football coach, best known for taking the North Queensland Cowboys to the NRL premiership.

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He played for Cronulla-Sutherland, North Queensland Cowboys, Sydney Roosters, Parramatta Eels and the Brisbane Broncos, winning the Rothmans Medal in 1995.

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He was a Queensland State of Origin and Australian international representative halfback.

As a coach Green guided the North Queensland club to their first premiership in 2015 and to another grand final two years later.

Green was married to Amanda and had two children. He played the violin and was a pilot of both fixed wing planes and helicopters.

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Born in Brisbane, Queensland and a Wynnum Manly Seagulls junior, Green captained the Queensland Colts before winning Brisbane Rugby League’s Rothmans Medal in 1993 while playing for the Easts Tigers.

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Personal information
     Full name     Paul Gregory Green
Born 12 September 1972
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Died 11 August 2022 (aged 49)
Wynnum, Queensland, Australia

Green’s Tigers lost the 1993 BRL Grand Final 18–12 to Western Suburbs, despite Green scoring a try for the Eastern Suburbs side.

In 1994, Green followed his Easts’ coach John Lang to Sydney’s Cronulla-Sutherland, turning heads with the maturity and skill of his play at halfback and his rookie season in the NSWRL, Green played 24 games.

In 1995, he backed up his solid debut season by winning the ARL’s prestigious Rothmans Medal (which has since become the Dally M Medal) as best and fairest player.

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NRL icon Paul Green had endured arguably the toughest year of his life before his tragic death, which has rocked the rugby league community.

The 49-year-old was found dead at his Brisbane home on Thursday morning, the day after his son’s ninth birthday. It has been confirmed he took his own life.

The Courier Mail reports Green called his friend and longtime manager George Mimis at 4.30pm on Wednesday to speak about his son’s birthday celebrations.

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The publication also reports the footy legend’s wife Amanda found him unresponsive at their home after returning home from doing pilates at the gym.

Green’s death comes 11 months after he was sacked as head coach of the Maroons following Queensland’s loss in last year’s State of Origin series, which included a 50-6 win for the Blues.

Green filled the role for just a year, but still called it “every Queenslander’s dream”.

Net worth 

Paul Green, a legend of NRL as a player and a coach, has amassed a fortune in a million. He has accumulated over $5 million net worth throughout his career.

Full name   Paul Gregory Green
Born 12 September 1972
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia   
Net Worth   $5 Million 

Green joined the North Queensland Cowboys and was the starting halfback for most of the year.

That season he became the club’s first State of Origin representative, when he was selected as Queensland’s halfback for Game 2 of the series.

In 2000, Green fell out of favour with coach Tim Sheens who preferred the halves’ partnership of Scott Prince and Noel Goldthorpe. 

White sneakers 

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