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Graham Arnold

Personal information
Full nameGraham James Arnold
Date of birth3 August 1963(age 51)
Place of birthSydney, NSW, Australia
Height1.79 m (5 ft 10.4 in)
Playing positionStriker
Club information
Current clubCentral Coast Mariners (Manager)

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Graham James Arnold (born 3 August 1963 in Sydney, New South Wales) is a former coach of the Australian national football (soccer) team. He was appointed to work as an assistant to Frank Farina in 2000. The two replaced Raul Blanco, who was the interim coach in charge after Terry Venables decided not to renew his contract with Soccer Australia after the failed World Cup campaign in 1997. Although Farina was sacked in 2005, Arnold and the rest of the coaching team survived and worked with coach Guus Hiddink for the Australian 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. He is a member of the Football Federation Australia Football Hall of Fame.

Arnold Place in the Sydney suburb of Glenwood is named for him.

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Northern Spirit's story of failure in the ashes of the NSL - The Roar Tweet this news
The Roar--The Malaysian consortium who originally founded the club had already sold it to Mark Goldberg, who could no longer afford to keep it; and by the second season coach -Graham Arnold-, assistant Ian Crook and captain Robbie Slater had become majori - Date : Tue, 19 Apr 2011 01:35:52 GMT+00:00
Mariners add depth to squad - The Australian Tweet this news
The Australian--The pair will join -Graham Arnold's- squad for next season, plus the group stage of the AFC Champions League in 2012. Pellegrino also committed to the club for the 2012-13 A-League season. “We're delighted to bring in players w - Date : Fri, 15 Apr 2011 05:43:54 GMT+00:00
Lawrie McKinna's Super job - The Daily Telegraph Tweet this news
The Daily Telegraph--McKinna, who coached the Mariners in the first five years of the A-League before -Graham Arnold- took the reins, initially agreed to help the troubled Blades who are back in the CSL after a match-fixing scandal. He took the team for t - Date : Wed, 06 Apr 2011 14:41:02 GMT+00:00
Mustafa leaves Mariners for Dortmund - The Roar Tweet this news
The Roar--I must congratulate -Graham Arnold- for the way he handed Musty. He never over-played him, once saying he did not want him hacked out of the game at a young age. Most of all I am glad I saw him play - he was in my opinion the best touch player t - Date : Sun, 10 Apr 2011 21:43:06 GMT+00:00
Jail for restraint order breach - Bristol Evening Post Tweet this news
Bristol Evening Post--When he was arrested, Dawe said he had gone to his mother's address because he had nowhere else to stay that night. -Graham Arnold-, defending, said the restraining order was made after his client damaged his mother's car.- - Date : Mon, 04 Apr 2011 08:21:38 GMT+00:00
Oakhurst Mariner man of the match - Cumberland Courier Newspapers Tweet this news
Cumberland Courier Newspapers--Ryan, 18, of Oakhurst, stepped into the role in round four and has been groomed by coach -Graham Arnold- ever since. The silver lining was when Ryan was awarded the Joe Marston Medal as grand final man of the match. Despite - Date : Thu, 17 Mar 2011 22:44:19 GMT+00:00
Arnold has faith in young Mariner - The Australian Tweet this news
The Australian--Central Coast Mariners coach -Graham Arnold- will give just two words of advice to youngster Mustafa Amini before he steps on to Suncorp Stadium for tomorrow's grand final against Brisbane Roar - be yourself. Amini, who will be the fo - Date : Fri, 11 Mar 2011 13:55:05 GMT+00:00
Bojic man on mission to intercept German star - Express Advocate Gosford Tweet this news
Express Advocate Gosford---GRAHAM Arnold- believes Pedj Bojic is the man capable of shutting down German star Thomas Broich when the Mariners strive to win their first A-League title against Brisbane on Sunday. The classy Roar import has been brilliant th - Date : Wed, 09 Mar 2011 23:45:43 GMT+00:00
Mariners midfielder John Hutchinson accepts bench role for A-League grand final - The Daily Telegraph Tweet this news
The Daily Telegraph--Mariners boss -Graham Arnold- went with Hutchinson in midfield over Griffiths for the first leg major semi-final against the Roar but recalled him for the return leg and also the final against Gold Coast. Arnold declared after the Mar - Date : Fri, 11 Mar 2011 15:38:28 GMT+00:00
James Bond, Born Free Movie Composer John Barry Dies at Age 77 - Bloomberg Tweet this news
Bloomberg--Composer David -Arnold-, a fan of Barry, produced “Shaken and Stirred: The David -Arnold- James Bond Project,” a CD of new versions of the Barry themes. ... - Date : Mon, 31 Jan 2011 14:58:16 GMT+00:00

Preceded by
Graham Honeyman
NSL Player of the Year
Succeeded by
Andrew Zinni
Frank Farina
Preceded by
Charlie Egan
NSL Golden Boot
Succeeded by
Frank Farina

International :
# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 23 October 1985 Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide, Australia Taiwan 5-0 7-0 1986 FIFA World Cup qualification
2 3 August 1986 Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia Czechoslovakia 1-1 1-1 Friendly
3 25 October 1986 Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand NZ 0-1 1-1 Trans-Tasman Cup
4 2 November 1986 Parramatta Stadium, Sydney, Australia NZ 1-0 2-1 Trans-Tasman Cup
5 23 November 1986 Guangdong Provincial People's Stadium, Canton, China China 0-2 0-2 Friendly
6 21 June 1987 Olympic Stadium, Seoul, South Korea South Korea 1-1 1-1 1987 President's Cup
7 15 November 1987 Zhongshan Soccer Stadium, Taipei, Taiwan Taiwan 0-1 0-3 1988 Olympics qualification
8 0-2
9 26 February 1988 Bruce Stadium, Canberra, Australia Taiwan 1-0 3-0 1988 Olympics qualification
10 2-0
11 27 March 1988 Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand Taiwan 1-0 3-0 "1998 Olympics qualification
12 3 December 1988 Macquarie Field, Speers Point, Australia Fiji 4-0 5-1 1990 FIFA World Cup qualification
13 12 March 1989 Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia NZ 2-0 4-1 1990 FIFA World Cup qualification
14 3-0
15 30 May 1993 Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand NZ 0-1 0-1 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
16 18 June 1995 Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia Ghana 2-0 2-1 Friendly
17 13 June 1997 Parramatta Stadium, Sydney, Australia Tahiti 4-0 5-0 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification
18 17 June 1997 Parramatta Stadium, Sydney, Australia Solomon Islands 0-2 2-6 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification
19 6 July 1997 Parramatta Stadium, Sydney, Australia NZ 2-0 2-0 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification


1 . Ryan 2 . McBreen 3 . Rose 4 . Bojić 5 . Porter 6 . Pérez 7 . Hutchinson 8 . Griffiths 9 . Mrdja 11 . Bozanic 12 . Lewis 13 . Zwaanswijk 14 . McGlinchey 15 . Warren 16 . Sainsbury 17 . Doig 18 . Wilkinson 19 . Simon 20 . Vukovic 21 . Gallagher 22 . Amini 23 . Kwasnik
. Arnold

Australia squad 2007 AFC Asian Cup

Schwarzer, Neill, Kisnorbo, Cahill, Culina, Beauchamp, Emerton, Wilkshire, Viduka, Kewell, Thompson, Jones, Grella, Holman, Aloisi, Thwaite, Valeri, Petkovic, Carle, Carney, Sterjovski, Milligan, Bresciano
Coach : Arnold

Australia squad 2008 Summer Olympics

Federici, North, Leijer, Milligan, Špiranović, Topor-Stanley, Kilkenny, Musialik, Bridge, Thompson, Carney, McClenahan, Zadkovich, Troisi, Sarkies, Celeski, Rukavytsya, Velaphi, Simon
Coach : Arnold

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