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Watch: Australia Bids Emotional Farewell To “Freak” Tim Cahill

Veteran Tim Cahill bid an emotional farewell Tuesday on his 108th and final appearance for Australia as Scottish striker Martin Boyle scored twice for his newly-adopted country. Cahill, the Socceroos all-time top scorer with 50 goals, came out of international retirement to play the final nine minutes of Australia’s 3-0 win against Lebanon in their last match before defending the …

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Record Scorer Tim Cahill Retires From Australia Duty

Australia’s all-time leading goal-scorer Tim Cahill retired from international football Tuesday, ending an illustrious career that has taken him to four World Cups. The 38-year-old, who scored 50 international goals in 107 appearances, last played for the Socceroos when he came off the bench for their final group game against Peru at the World Cup in Russia. “Today’s the day …

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Griezmann The Central Striker As France Name Team To Face Australia

MOSCOW REGION, RUSSIA - JUNE 12, 2018: Antoine Griezmann of the French national team during a training session at Istra's Glebovets Stadium chosen as their team base camp training site, ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup scheduled to start on June 14. Mikhail Tereshchenko/TASS (Photo by Mikhail TereshchenkoTASS via Getty Images)

Antoine Griezmann has been named as the central striker in France’s starting lineup for their World Cup opener against Australia. One of the biggest challenges for Didier Deschamps this week was to figure out a system that allowed the likes of Griezmann and Paul Pogba to play their natural game while also maximising the effectiveness of the team as a …

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Watch: A-League Keeper Dribbles Into Midfield In 90th Minute, Inevitable Happens


Australia’s premier football division, the A-League, has garnered a bit of a reputation for being bizarrely entertaining and this morning’s action definitely didn’t disappoint.  Dubliner Andy Keogh’s Perth Glory took on Tim Cahill’s Melbourne City FC in the nib Stadium. The game got off to a dramatic start with the hosts opening from the penalty spot inside the first five …

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A Football XI For Each Continent: Part 1

SAITAMA, JAPAN - OCTOBER 06: Keisuke Honda # 4 of Japan passes the ball during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers match between Japan and Iraq at Saitama Stadium on October 6, 2016 in Saitama, Japan. (Photo by Atsushi Tomura/Getty Images)

With UEFA’s Team of the Year just announced, we look at what the lineups of a continental championship may look like. In part one we will focus on North America, Asia/Australia and Africa. Many ’80s and ’90s kids may remember the all-continental XIs of EA Sports game FIFA 2002 World Cup. These XIs may bring back memories of that game and open …

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Ex-Everton Man Cahill Shows Off Insane Shooting Accuracy

Ex-Everton legend Tim Cahill was known for his ferocious shots whilst in the Premier League, and now playing in China, he’s showing that he’s still got it, along with fantastic accuracy.  The now-Shanghai Shenhua player may be ageing and on his way out of the game soon but in the video below he proves you can never put an age on natural …

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Premier League Heroes: Everton’s Tim Cahill

Tim Cahill become one of the most high profile Australian footballers of all time during his eight seasons at Everton. The attacking midfielder was known for getting stuck in, his incredible heading ability, pace, vision, skill and loved to score important goals at crucial moments. Tim Cahill was born on the 6th of December 1979 in Sydney, Australia and began …

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World Cup Review: Every Team’s Standout Player

The World Cup has (sadly) come to an end for another four years, but what a tournament it was! Craig Farrell discusses the best performers from each team’s respective campaign, as one of the greatest World Cups of all time winds down.   Group A Brazil – Neymar Neymar carried the weight of his country on his shoulders going into …

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World Cup Preview: Chile vs Australia

The latest World Cup preview looks at Chile and Australia who meet on Friday in Group B. Kick-off is at 11.00pm from the Arena Pantanal, Cuiabá on Friday. Chile will be favourites to get their campaign off to a winning start in what is one of the most difficult groups at this year’s competition. Form guide Chile finished 3rd in the South …

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