Paul Green’s death leaves rugby league world in shock

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He’s best remembered as the architect of one of sports great victories since coaching. The Cowboys to NRL glory in 2015 Paul Green’s name has inspired hope and jubilation today. There’s another emotion as the rugby league community grieves the loss of one of the game’s great men.

He’s left an indelible mark across Queensland with the players. He’s coached. The young boys he he grew into young men.Green died in his Brisbane. Home this morning. Police say there are no suspicious circumstances. His family left devastated. We cannot find the words that would come close to expressing our feelings. We have lost a devoted husband, loving father and wonderful brother and son. Green’s playing career spans 5 franchises, 162 club games and seven origins he’s an, outstanding, football and also an outstanding young.

Bloke, his former clubs have remembered him as a brilliant player, coach and man. And a legend on and off the field, and perhaps most of all, as a coach.We got two premierships out of him and like the amount that he means to the to the club, the players, the supporters. It’s just heartbreaking.Today, but there’s joy forever in Greens Magnum opus delivering the Cowboys their first ever premiership and the way that he celebrated with an entire geographical portion of the country.

The Cowboys say they will forever remember. Role as one of the greatest contributors in Cowboys history.If someone’s won a grand final both in the Queensland Cup and in the NRL and also coached at Orange and Love, you gotta acknowledge that that person’s impacted a lot of people’s lives positively. Yeah, I’m still in shock to be honest with you. Great competitor, and obviously that as a coach as well the kind of little underdog, halfback, that it was very easy to cheer for and.

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Plenty good memories. Great to catch up with all the old boys today. It’s been a tunnel, laughs and and really well done by the club. Good on you mate. Go enjoy it. Cheers, thank you.Paul Green was 49 and if you or someone you know is experiencing distress or depression, please contact Lifeline on 1311 fourteen or get in touch via their website.