36 Facts About Tim Cahill

1. Tim Cahill will 'do a Wayne Rooney' on Tuesday night and say goodbye to international football when he takes on Lebanon with Australia.

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2. Tim Cahill is set to make a cameo appearance in his 108th and final match for Australia when they host.

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3. Tim Cahill will play the final few minutes of Australia's friendly clash against.

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4. Tim Cahill previously gave evidence about his repeated violence Children's hospital apologises to tragic couple for incorrect genetic report Tim Healy Our Lady's Children's Hospital, Crumlin, has apologised in the High Court to a couple for shortcomings.

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5. Tim Cahill said the biggest line item was the department's air pack and the feasibility study with the US Army Corps of Engineers.

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6. Tim Cahill celebrates a goal against China at Suncorp Stadium in 2015.

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7. Tim Cahill participated in the gutter boat project McFadden participated in an electrical project with Matthew Bonner, of Norwood; and Tim Walsh, of Canton.

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8. Tim Cahill was considered one of the best young pitchers in the Toronto parted ways with first-base coach Tim Leiper and hitting coach Brook Jacoby.

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9. In 2010 Tim Cahill married his childhood sweetheart Rebekah Greenhill in Las Vegas, en route to Sydney.

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10. Tim Cahill has featured in EA Sports' FIFA video game series, and has featured as a cover star on several editions of the game.

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11. Tim Cahill became involved with two football academies in 2009, one based in Wollongong, Australia in partnership with Wollongong Police and Community Youth Club, and another in partnership with 'Elite Sporting Academy' in Dubai.

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12. On 16 July 2018, Tim Cahill announced his retirement from international football, subsequently overturned with the decision to participate in one final home friendly against Lebanon in November 2018.

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13. Tim Cahill was chosen to start against Jordan in a top-of-the-group clash against Jordan, in which he notched a brace on 29 March 2016.

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14. Tim Cahill was selected under manager Ange Postecoglou as part of his squad which competed in the 2015 AFC Asian Cup.

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15. Tim Cahill scored Australia's only goal in their opening group match against Chile on 13 June 2014.

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16. Tim Cahill was named to the 23-man squad for the 2011 Asian Cup campaign.

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17. As he was recovering from injury, Tim Cahill was used as a substitute throughout the tournament.

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18. Tim Cahill was on the Australian team which reached the quarter finals of the 2007 AFC Asian Cup.

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19. Tim Cahill played in the 2006 FIFA World Cup and, in Australia's opening group game against Japan, became the first ever Australian to score a World Cup goal.

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20. Tim Cahill helped Australia reach the quarter final stage of the men's football tournament at the 2004 Summer Olympics.

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21. Tim Cahill played in the game as Australia beat Uruguay after a penalty shoot out to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in over 30 years.

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22. Tim Cahill made his debut for Australia in a friendly against South Africa on 30 March 2004 at Loftus Road, London.

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23. Tim Cahill made his debut for the under-20 team at the age of 14.

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24. On 6 December 2017, Tim Cahill left Melbourne City after not getting enough game time, in a bid for more game time at club level to boost his chances to get selected for the Australian squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

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25. Tim Cahill made his A-League debut in a Melbourne Derby against Melbourne Victory on 15 October 2016.

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26. On 11 August 2016, Tim Cahill signed a three-year contract with A-League club Melbourne City, with the plan to play the first two years and then take on a coaching role for the third year.

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27. Tim Cahill decided to come back to Australia for his family in the summer of 2016.

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28. On 22 February 2016, it was reported that Tim Cahill signed with Chinese Super League club Hangzhou Greentown.

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29. On 16 February 2016, Tim Cahill announced on social media that he had terminated his contract with Shanghai by mutual agreement upon being told that he was not part of new coach Gregorio Manzano's plans for the 2016 Chinese Super League season.

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30. Tim Cahill dedicated his winning goal in a Europa League game against BATE Borisov to the victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Samoa, miming rowing a canoe after scoring in the second half of the match in Belarus.

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31. Tim Cahill was a central part of Millwall's run to the 2004 FA Cup Final, their first appearance in the showpiece in club history, scoring the winning goal in the semi-final against Sunderland, and securing a UEFA Cup place in the process.

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32. Tim Cahill helped Millwall reach the 1999 Football League Trophy Final where they lost to Wigan Athletic.

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33. In 1997, Tim Cahill asked his parents to allow him to travel to England to play professionally; they allowed him to do so.

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34. Tim Cahill was born in Sydney to an English father of Irish descent and a Samoan mother.

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35. Tim Cahill finally lived up to the promise I've been expecting since the Cubs resurrected his career in 2015.

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36. Tim Cahill scores his first Indian Super League goal for Jamshedpur.

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