NRL coach Paul Green dies aged 49 | 7NEWS

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The rugby league community has been left devastated, following the sudden death of former player and coach Paul Green. Players and fans are mourning the loss of the NRL great, who was just a month shy of his 50th birthday, and leaves behind wife Amanda and their two children.

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