Paul Mariner: What You Didn’t Know About The Former England International

Paul Mariner was an English football player and coach. A centre forward during his days. He was born on May 22, 1973, in Boston, United Kingdom. He became a professional player in 1973 with Plymouth Argyle where he scored 61 goals in 155 appearances and is considered to be one of the club’s best players.

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Top facts about Paul Mariner

  1. Paul Mariner was born in Bolton, England.
  2. Paul Mariner was most recently the head coach and technical director at Major League Soccer club Toronto FC, until his dismissal in January 2013.
  3. Paul Mariner is 68 years old.
  4. Paul Mariner worked as a football pundit on BBC Radio Lancashire for their Friday-night-Non-League setting up a management company for footballers.
  5. Paul Mariner in the fall of 2003 he became an assistant coach at Harvard University. In 2004 he was hired by the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer as assistant coach to former Liverpool and Scotland defender Steve Nicole.
  6. Mariner was named Director of Player Development for Toronto FC on 6 January 2011, joining new coach Aron Winter at the club.
  7. On May 6, 2010, it was announced that Plymouth was to look for a new manager, however, Mariner would remain as a member of the coaching staff. Mariner’s tenure as manager ended when Peter Reid was hired on 24 June 2010.

Paul Mariner wife

Who is Paul Mariner’s wife?

Paul Mariner was married to Alison Rosco from 1976 to 1989.

Paul Mariner net worth

What is Paul Mariner’s net worth?

Paul Mariner has an estimated net worth of $3 million. He earned this through his career as a coach and a player.

Paul Mariner’s health, brain tumour

Paul Mariner died on July, 9 after battling brain cancer. In November last year, he announced that he was recovering after undergoing surgery to remove a brain tumour.

Paul Mariner’s cause of death

On July 10, 2021, it was announced that Paul Mariner had died the day before at the age of 68, following a short battle with brain cancer.

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