& # 39; He has read the Quran twice & # 39 ;: Matty John's wife Trish reveals NRL star is a bookworm who likes to read about geography, religion and history
He is the sweet larrikin who became a household name in The Footy Show.
But it turned out that former NRL player Matty Johns is also a secret bookworm.
On Tuesday, Matty & # 39; s wife told Trish realestate.com.au: & # 39; Matt loves books, all non-fiction. He reads religion, geography and history. He has read the Quran twice! & # 39;
& # 39; He has read the Quran twice & # 39 ;: Matty John's wife Trish has revealed that the NRL star (photo) is a bookworm who loves to read about geography, religion and history
The unveiling came after Trish had discussed the Collaroy home of the couple in Sydney, which is currently for sale.
Belle Property describes the couple's family home as a & # 39; seamless fusion of refined historic charm and high-end contemporary design & # 39 ;.
The country house offers luxurious interiors, a spacious garden, a large swimming pool and an outdoor lounge and dining area.
The environmentally friendly accommodation is also equipped with solar panels on the roof and is conveniently located just minutes from the beach.
Reading between the lines: the revelation came after Trish (right) discussed the Collaroy house of the couple in Sydney, which is currently for sale
According to Realestate.com.au, Matty, 48, loved the friendly atmosphere of the Northern Beaches of Sydney after he moved there from Newcastle.
& # 39; Collaroy is a manual worker area. Every second you come across is a dealer, & said the former Newcastle Knights player.
& # 39; Coming from an old mining town like Cessnock, it may sound a bit funny, but I now consider myself a coastal person. & # 39;
Wow! The couple bought the four-bedroom property in Collaroy for $ 3,585 million in 2007. It is now expected to market up to $ 6.3 million. Pictured: the front of the house
Spacious: The French house, inspired by the province, was thoroughly renovated in 2013, with the double garage being converted into a home gym. Pictured: one of the four bedrooms
He is a local! According to Realestate.com.au, Matty loved the friendly atmosphere of the Northern Beaches of Sydney after he moved there from Newcastle. Pictured: the dining room
Matty is now a leading rugby league media personality and commentator, after his retirement in 2002.
Back then, shoulder and neck injury forced him to step away from the game after having played his last season with the Cronulla-Sutherland sharks.
Matty became a normal player in The Footy Show before it was played. He now works at Fox Sports.
Perfect for entertainment: the country house offers luxurious interiors, a spacious garden, a large swimming pool and an outdoor lounge and dining area. Pictured: the back of the house
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