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Tim Cahill

Tim Cahill

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  1. The United Arab Emirates did Australia a great favour when they upset Japan in the quarter-finals of the Asian Cup but are not expecting charity in return. Not only did ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Malaysian Insider

  2. Slater: Cahill Oz’s best ever in any code

    ON the field and off it, no Australian has done more for his football code than Tim Cahill. There, I said it. The best footballer we have produced. FULL ARTICLE AT Fox Sports Australia

  1. UAE know they can’t be Cahill obsessed

    THEY could be forgiven for obsessing about Tim Cahill, but the UAE players insist they must not fall into that trap. FULL ARTICLE AT Fox Sports Australia

  2. Cahill’s scoring ‘instinct’ like no other

    TIM Cahill believed that he had no option but to attempt the scissors kick when Ivan Franjic’s looping header entered the penalty area. FULL ARTICLE AT Fox Sports Australia

  3. ALESSANDRO Del Piero is back, if only for a short visit, but the Italian star arrived just in time to see another magic moment from Tim Cahill. FULL ARTICLE AT Fox Sports Australia

  1. The former Everton man was on hand to turn the ball home when a cleared corner was headed back into the danger zone during their quarter-final with China FULL ARTICLE AT Mirror.co.uk

  2. Australia through as 'Magic' Cahill spells doom for China

    (MENAFN - Arab Times) BRISBANE Australia Jan 22 (AFP): Tim Cahill scored a brilliant bicycle-kick and a trademark header as Australia downed brave China 2-0 to reach the Asian Cup ... FULL ARTICLE AT Middle East North Africa Financial Network

  3. Australia coach Ange Postecoglou let rip over reports questioning his future following his side's 2-0 Asian Cup quarter-final victory over China, slamming the rumours as "garbage". After two superb ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Malaysian Insider

  4. The Australian media heaped praise on striker Tim Cahill Friday after the FIFA World Cup veteran single-handedly sent the host team into the AFC Asian Cup semifinals. FULL ARTICLE AT Webindia123

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Timothy Joel "Tim" Cahill (born 6 December 1979) is an Australian football (soccer) player who plays as an attacking central midfielder for the Australian national team and Everton, where he occasionally also plays as a striker. Since Australia joined the AFC, Cahill has become one of the most prominent footballers in Asia and is well known for his heading ability. Cahill scored the first goal by... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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