"Although we didn't come to an outcome today, I'm pretty confident that there was enough goodwill in the room for us to continue talks next week," Arthur said that after more than five hours of conciliation talks at Sydney's Fair Work Commission.
Arthur, a former coach of the Proteas, said that he was hopeful of a settlement when talks resume next Wednesday. "As I've said, all I want is a fair and reasonable outcome, and hopefully we will get a solution next week."
Arthur was sacked after Australia lost a Test series in India 4-0 and followed it up with a poor showing at the Champions Trophy in England. The tournament was marred by the off-field misconduct of batsman David Warner.
Despite this, the 45-year-old said on Sunday that his sacking has left him devastated. He also said that his reputation had suffered greatly as a result of his public ousting before a major Ashes series.
"The damage to my reputation and career has been immense, which means the chances of me getting a senior job are that much less," Arthur said in a statement.


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