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Socceroos boss Arnold linked to Hibs role in Scotland

Socceroos boss Graham Arnold has been linked to the vacant role at Scottish top-flight club Hibernian.

Multiple reports in the UK have claimed the Australian manager is in the running to replace Lee Johnson, who was sacked by the Edinburgh-based club last week.

Hibs have failed to pick up a single point in their opening three league games and were thrashed 5-0 by Aston Villa in their first leg play-off to qualify for the Europa Conference League.

Hibs have Socceroos duo Martin Boyle and James Jeggo on their books as well as uncapped defender Lewis Miller.

Arnold, 60, signed a new four-year contract with Football Australia in January of this year after leading the Socceroos to the round of 16 at the World Cup in Qatar.

The former Central Coast and Sydney FC boss has been consistently linked with a move overseas but it would be a surprise to see him leave so close to next January’s Asian…

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