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Parramatta Eels prop Paul Stringer has been forced into early retirement following a routine scan on Wednesday morning (24th May). In a Media Release issued this morning, Stringer was found to have a bulging disc in his back which is placing pressure on his spinal cord.
He now faces surgery which will put a premature end to a career played over 9 seasons with 4 clubs, North Sydney, the Northern Eagles, South Sydney and Parramatta.
Paul Stringer played a total of 143 NRL matches, scoring 14 tries.