Goal Australia's sends off Graham Arnold in style by looking through the moments that helped to shape one of Australia's master tacticiansA move to a bigger overseas club has clearly been coming for Graham Arnold for some time now, and this week he was confirmed as the new boss of J-League outfit Vegalta Sendai. After being slated for his role in Australia's failure at the 2007 Asian Cup and the 2008 Olympics, Arnold persevered and become one of the best managers in Australian domestic history. Jesse Wray-McCann takes a look at Arnold's managerial career and counts down his top five moments.
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