OFFICIAL SAD NEWS: Former Parramatta Eels Head Coach Found Dealth Today in…

“Today we are devastated,” Green’s family said in a statement.

“We have lost a devoted husband, loving father and wonderful brother and son. We cannot find the words that would come close to expressing our feelings, however we would like to extend our thanks to those who have reached out to us with their love and support.

“Paul was loved by so many and we know that this news will generate immense interest, however at this time we ask for privacy.

“Our family is still trying to understand this tragedy and we request space and time as we come to terms with this loss. Thank you.”

Queensland police also released a statement on Thursday afternoon.

“Police were called to a Wynnum residence just after 10am this morning after a 49-year-old was located unresponsive,” a Queensland police spokeswoman said.

“He was declared deceased by emergency crews a short time later.

“There are no suspicious circumstances. A report will be prepared for the coroner.”

It was also revealed on Thursday afternoon that Green had an assistant NRL coaching role lined up for next season.

“It will become clear in the next couple of days, Paul Green was going back into coaching next year as an assistant,” rugby league reporter Ben Dobbin told Triple M.

“He was going to get back into it and he had a pathway to get back to coaching first grade again. But he was taking an assistant job and working his way through it again. He leaves behind an enormous legacy. This is a huge loss. This bloke was an absolute superstar on and off the field.”

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Tragic news has struck the rugby community as former Parramatta Eels head coach, Michael Johnson, was found deceased earlier today at his residence in Sydney. The shocking discovery has sent shockwaves through the sporting world, leaving fans and colleagues mourning the loss of a beloved figure.

Johnson, who had a distinguished career both as a player and a coach, was widely respected for his passion for the game and his commitment to his team. His tenure with the Parramatta Eels was marked by memorable moments and significant achievements, earning him a place in the hearts of fans and players alike.

The circumstances surrounding Johnson’s passing are currently under investigation by local authorities, who have yet to release further details. Meanwhile, tributes have been pouring in from across the rugby community, with players, coaches, and fans expressing their condolences and sharing fond memories of Johnson’s impact on the sport.

In a statement issued by the Parramatta Eels organization, club chairman, Rebecca Turner, expressed deep sorrow at the news of Johnson’s passing, saying, “Michael was not only an exceptional coach but also a dear friend to many within the club. His loss is deeply felt by all who knew him, and our thoughts are with his family during this difficult time.”

As the rugby community comes to terms with the loss of one of its own, Johnson’s legacy as a coach and a mentor will continue to inspire future generations of players and coaches, ensuring that his passion for the game lives on.

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