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Former international defender Tony Vidmar has joined Socceroos coach Graham Arnold’s staff.
The 48-year-old helped Arnold during Australia’s recent 1-0 friendly loss to South Korea, impressing enough to be offered a full-time role ahead of the start of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup.
“It was clear from the first day that he was a great fit,” Arnold said.
“There was a great level of respect for him amongst the playing group and his football experience both as a player and a coach will be invaluable…

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