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Paul Kelly (born 28 July 1969) is a former Australian rules footballer, winner of the Brownlow Medal and captain of the Sydney Swans for ten seasons. He was and still is known to Swans fans everywhere as "Captain Courageous". In 2005, Kelly was on hand to present the premiership cup to Paul Roos and Barry Hall after the Swans' nailbiting 4-point Grand Final win. In 2006, he presented the Brownlow Medal to former team mate, Adam Goodes. He was inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame in July, 2007.

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  • Paul Kelly (born 28 July 1969) is a former Australian rules footballer, winner of the Brownlow Medal and captain of the Sydney Swans for ten seasons. He was and still is known to Swans fans everywhere as "Captain Courageous". In 2005, Kelly was on hand to present the premiership cup to Paul Roos and Barry Hall after the Swans' nailbiting 4-point Grand Final win. In 2006, he presented the Brownlow Medal to former team mate, Adam Goodes. He was inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame in July, 2007.
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