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Category: Tim Cahill

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David Squires on … Qatar’s latest World Cup ambassador

Our cartoonist looks at Tim Cahill’s dubious decision to lend his support to the 2022 tournamentTake a look through David’s archive of cartoons Continue reading…

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Tim Cahill to focus on coaching after calling time on playing career

Striker’s six-month deal with Indian club ends39-year-old indicates he will pursue TV work tooThe curtain has finally fallen on Tim Cahill’s long football career with the 39-year-old confirming he will not seek another playing contract.Cahill, who is t…

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David Squires on … the departure of a legend and the FFA AGM

Our cartoonist reflects on a tumultuous week in Australian football, including the FFA AGMIf you like David’s cartoons, buy his new book Goalless Draws Continue reading…

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Martin Boyle states Socceroos case with brace as Tim Cahill bids farewell

Australia beat Lebanon 3-0 at ANZ Stadium in SydneyBoyle scores twice and sets up another for Mat LeckieThey came to bid farewell to a legend but as one hero departed, did Australia witness the arrival of another? Goodbye and good luck Tim Cahill. Hell…

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Tim Cahill to return for one last time in a Socceroos shirt

Striker gets chance to bid farewell to fans in SydneyAustralia play Lebanon at ANZ Stadium in NovemberTim Cahill might have retired from international football but that won’t stop him from pulling on a Socceroos shirt for one final time and bidding far…

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Tim Cahill to be honoured with Socceroos farewell game in Sydney

Australia to play Lebanon at ANZ Stadium on 20 November Graham Arnold announces first squad of tenureAustralia will host Lebanon for the first time this November in a friendly match mooted as a final farewell for Socceroos legend Tim Cahill.Cahill reti…

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Tim Cahill rules out A-League return but could play on abroad

Socceroo great hints at move to AmericaA-League clubs snap up key import signingsRetired Socceroos great Tim Cahill is open to offers to continue playing club football, but has ruled out any prospect of an A-League return.Cahill spent a season and a ha…

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Tim Cahill retires as the greatest of all the Socceroos | Jonathan Howcroft

While not the most talented Australian, Cahill was the definition of a big game playerWhen Tim Cahill announced his retirement from international football on Tuesday he did so as the greatest ever representative of Australia’s men’s national team. His …

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Tim Cahill, Australia’s leading goalscorer, retires from international football

The Socceroos legend was the first Australian to score in the World Cup and ends his career with 50 goals and 107 capsSocceroos striker Tim Cahill has announced his retirement from international football, after 107 appearances and 50 goals across a rec…

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Socceroos’ time of transition sees baton pass from Cahill to Arzani | John Davidson

The World Cup has shown 18-year-old Daniel Arzani is the future of Australian football“Bert draws a blank,” the Courier-Mail’s back page screamed after Australia’s 1-1 draw with Denmark. “Golden opportunity goes begging as Socceroos coach leaves our gr…

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Popularity wanes but Tim Cahill remains on verge of joining World Cup greats | Jonathan Howcroft

He may no longer be the talisman of previous editions but the 38-year-old remains influentialThe greatest Socceroos team of all time – select your own XIOnly three men in football history have scored goals at four separate World Cup finals: Pelé, Uwe S…

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World Cup worries XI: key men with cause to fret over Russia 2018

With the finals less than three months away we select an XI who may not make it or be in shape to shine because they are injured or out of favour at their clubsA metatarsal break, his third in less than a year, means the Bayern Munich goalkeeper has no…

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Unfit Tim Cahill made to wait before making Millwall return

Australian not ready for ‘a couple of weeks,’ says Neil HarrisStriker introduced to home crowd before draw with DerbyMillwall manager Neil Harris has hailed the return of Tim Cahill to the club but cautioned against rushing the Socceroos star into acti…

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Tim Cahill ‘comes home’ to Millwall 14 years after leaving the club

‘The romance of the story is definitely not lost on me,’ says CahillSigns deal till end of season after which Australia play at World CupMillwall have signed the Australia international Tim Cahill 14 years after the striker left the New Den to join Eve…

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Tim Cahill has next club lined up, says Kevin Muscat

Cahill walked away from Melbourne City on Wednesday after agreeing terms to rip up his contract Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat says he knows Tim Cahill well enough to believe he has his next playing deal stitched up.Cahill sensationally walked fr…

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Tim Cahill leaves Melbourne City casting doubt over World Cup hopes

Cahill’s next move unknown with World Cup six months awayStriker says his focus is now on making squad for RussiaTim Cahill’s participation in next year’s World Cup finals has been thrown into doubt after the Socceroos striker and his A-League club, Me…

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‘It’s just tittle-tattle’: Melbourne City coach shuts down talk over Tim Cahill

Joyce says the speculation has not affected the team as City suffer error-ridden 3-1 defeat to Brisbane RoarMelbourne City coach Warren Joyce has declined to answer questions about his supposedly strained relationship with Tim Cahill amid speculation t…

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Tim Cahill declares he is fit to start for Socceroos in Honduras showdown

Striker has recovered from an ankle injury and is ready to play in Sydney‘It’s about putting your body on the line,’ says Socceroos’ leading scorerTim Cahill says he is fit and raring to go for Australia’s must-win World Cup qualifying play-off clash w…

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Tim Cahill declares he is fit to start for Socceroos in Honduras showdown

Striker has recovered from an ankle injury and is ready to play in Sydney‘It’s about putting your body on the line,’ says Socceroos’ leading scorerTim Cahill says he is fit and raring to go for Australia’s must-win World Cup qualifying play-off clash w…

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David Squires on … Tim Cahill’s Ankle

This week our resident cartoonist looks at the extraordinary amount of media coverage afforded to the Socceroos striker’s injuryTake a look back through David’s archive of Australian cartoons Continue reading…