Paul Anthony Hall (born 3 July 1972) is a retired footballer. He is currently a EDS Under 23's lead coach at Championship club Queens Park Rangers. During his career, Hall was a striker who could also play on the right wing. Born in Manchester, England, he represented Jamaica internationally.

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  • Paul Anthony Hall (born 3 July 1972) is a retired footballer. He is currently a EDS Under 23's lead coach at Championship club Queens Park Rangers. During his career, Hall was a striker who could also play on the right wing. Born in Manchester, England, he represented Jamaica internationally. (en)
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  • Paul Anthony Hall (born 3 July 1972) is a retired footballer. He is currently a EDS Under 23's lead coach at Championship club Queens Park Rangers. During his career, Hall was a striker who could also play on the right wing. Born in Manchester, England, he represented Jamaica internationally. (en)
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