Arnold faces the decision to move away from Socceroos

Arnold faces the decision to move away from Socceroos
Arnold faces the decision to move away from Socceroos
Van Marwijk was hired after Ange Postecoglou sensationally secured the World Cup qualification in November 2017. Postecoglou eventually moved to Asia and won Japan’s J-League title with Yokohama Marinos in 2019.

When ex-Sydney FC boss Arnold became the Socceroos coach, he also took on the role of Olyroos boss to have a deeper impact on football development across the country.

However, the A-League title winner is believed to be frustrated with a lack of international action and dwindling resources as the post-coronavirus pandemic lack of money game seeks to tighten its belt and cut costs.

Probably his biggest problem is his reluctance to go up the Olyroos, which he led through a tough Asian qualifying group to make it to the Olympic Games soccer tournament.

This was postponed along with the rest of the Olympics earlier this year as COVID-19 ravaged the sports world, but the tournament is slated to take place next year.

Arnold is a firm believer in using U23 teams as a launch pad for high-level talent, and his bond with this age cohort is reinforced by his belief that they can play well and do well in the Olympics (which the Australian men last qualified for In 2008, when he was also the Olyroos coach, many will secure moves to stronger overseas leagues and important Socceroos careers.

It’s not the FFA’s fault that the COVID-19 crisis forced Australia’s World Cup qualifiers to be canceled and prevented Australia from playing against Latin America’s best opponents in the Copa America earlier this year.

But it’s also understandable that the coaching staff under Arnold’s leadership are becoming increasingly frustrated when they have to step on their heels: There’s an argument with England in London later this year, but given the way things are going Coronavirus re-spread in the UK No guarantee.

The chance to train in Asia again will be tempting.

Arnold had a shot earlier, a short-lived stint at Vegalta Sendai that lasted just six games six years ago.

Since then he has won A-League titles with Sydney and gained a lot more experience on the international stage.

FC Seoul were still K-League champions in 2016, but the capital club struggled and struggled against relegation from the top division for most of the past season.

Arnold was asked for a comment but was not responded to.

His agent Tony Rallis said, “There were two offers Graham received, but we are unable to comment on them now.”

Michael Lynch is The Age’s chief football reporter and also covers motorsports and horse racing

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