Graham James Arnold (born 3 August 1963) is an Australian association football manager and former player. Arnold was appointed to work as an assistant coach of the Australian national football team in 2000. After head coach Frank Farina was sacked in 2005, Arnold worked with Guus Hiddink for the 2006 FIFA World Cup campaign, in which they made the second round of the finals. After Hiddink left, he became acting coach of the Socceroos. Arnold went on take the manager role at A-League club the Central Coast Mariners between 2010 and 2013, where he guided the club to two premierships and a championship. He is a member of the Football Federation Australia Football Hall of Fame. He has now also won with Sydney FC in 2016–17 A-League.

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  • Graham James Arnold (born 3 August 1963) is an Australian association football manager and former player. Arnold was appointed to work as an assistant coach of the Australian national football team in 2000. After head coach Frank Farina was sacked in 2005, Arnold worked with Guus Hiddink for the 2006 FIFA World Cup campaign, in which they made the second round of the finals. After Hiddink left, he became acting coach of the Socceroos. Arnold went on take the manager role at A-League club the Central Coast Mariners between 2010 and 2013, where he guided the club to two premierships and a championship. He is a member of the Football Federation Australia Football Hall of Fame. He has now also won with Sydney FC in 2016–17 A-League. Arnold holds a number of A-League records: he has managed the second most games of any manager in the A-League (205), he has achieved the second most wins in the competition's history (111), he has the best career winning percentage of any A-League manager (54.2%), he has the best career unbeaten percentage of any A-League manager (81.5%), and he is one of just 3 managers to have won multiple A-League championships. On 8 March 2018, it was announced that he will replace Bert van Marwijk as Australian coach after the 2018 FIFA World Cup. (en)
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  • Graham James Arnold (born 3 August 1963) is an Australian association football manager and former player. Arnold was appointed to work as an assistant coach of the Australian national football team in 2000. After head coach Frank Farina was sacked in 2005, Arnold worked with Guus Hiddink for the 2006 FIFA World Cup campaign, in which they made the second round of the finals. After Hiddink left, he became acting coach of the Socceroos. Arnold went on take the manager role at A-League club the Central Coast Mariners between 2010 and 2013, where he guided the club to two premierships and a championship. He is a member of the Football Federation Australia Football Hall of Fame. He has now also won with Sydney FC in 2016–17 A-League. (en)
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