Australia World Cup Newswire

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  1. Cahill open to offers for club football outside AustraliaRead the original story

    38 min ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Tim Cahill says he hopes to continue playing club football outside Australia despite retiring from national duties with the Socceroos. The 38-year-old Cahill, who announced his international retirement earlier this week, said Friday he would also be open to collaboration with Football Federation Australia, serving as an "ambassador" to the A-League and beginning a potential career in coaching.

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  2. Cahill open to offers for club football outside AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Powhatan Today

    Tim Cahill says he hopes to continue playing club football outside Australia despite retiring from national duties with the Socceroos. The 38-year-old Cahill, who announced his international retirement earlier this week, said Friday he would also be open to collaboration with Football Federation Australia, serving as an "ambassador" to the A-League and beginning a potential career in coaching.

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  3. Football: Ex-Socceroo Cahill looks to US and coaching careerRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Channelnewsasia.com

    Tim Cahill scored 50 times in 107 appearances for Australia ?- including five times at the World Cup AFP/PETER PARKS SYDNEY: Australia's all-time leading goal-scorer Tim Cahill said on Friday he intends to continue playing at club level and is also interested in a coaching career following his retirement from international football . Cahill, who scored 50 times in 107 appearances for Australia - including five times at the World Cup - announced his retirement earlier this week, ending a storied playing career with the Socceroos.

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  4. Tim Cahill retires: Greatest Socceroo scorer reveals how Australia can fix its goal droughtRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | NEWS.com.au

    IT SOUNDS remarkably simple, but the Socceroos' greatest ever goal machine believes he has the fix for Australia's scoring woes. Tim Cahill, who scored 50 times in 107 appearances for Australia - including five times at the World Cup, revealed he has counselled the up-and-coming Socceroo attackers on finding the back of the net.

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  5. Emotional Tim Cahill reflects on career, Russia World Cup at retirement press conferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    SOCCEROOS legend Tim Cahill claims he holds no bitterness over playing only a small role at his final World Cup, while admitting he was taken aback and grateful for the passionate support it sparked back home. An emotional Cahill fronted the media at an official retirement press conference in Sydney on Friday, having announced earlier this week he had called time on an international career that yielded 107 caps and 50 goals.

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  6. Tim Cahill explains photograph of him touching the goal after final World Cup appearanceRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    IT was a poignant moment caught on camera and Tim Cahill has revealed it was more than simply an acknowledgment of his last ever World Cup appearance. Following the Socceroos' 2-0 defeat to Peru that ensured an early exit from the tournament, Cahill was photographed touching the goalpost.

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  7. Tim Cahill open to MLS offers, rules out A-League returnRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Sporting News

    Australian football legend Tim Cahill says he is open to offers to play in the USA, but won't be returning to Australia's A-League. Cahill is currently without a club since leaving Championship side Millwall at the conclusion of last season, but said he would be open to offers domestically in the USA - including the MLS and second-tier USL.

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  8. World Cup was right time to end Socceroos career, says CahillRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com

    Australia's top goal scorer Tim Cahill knew the time was right to end his international career after the World Cup but the attacking midfielder said on Friday he wants to continue playing at club level. Soccer Football - World Cup - Group C - Australia vs Peru - Fisht Stadium, Sochi, Russia - June 26, 2018 Australia's Tim Cahill gestures at the end of the match REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci SYDNEY: Australia's top goal scorer Tim Cahill knew the time was right to end his international career after the World Cup but the attacking midfielder said on Friday he wants to continue playing at club level.

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  9. Cahill's Socceroos retirement a family decision, eyes coaching careerRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Age

    Tim Cahill was calm and collected for the majority of a press conference to discuss his retirement from the Socceroos, but was reduced to tears when discussing the impact of his family, and how he told his children that he was hanging up the boots for the national team. A family barbecue while on holidays in the Maldives was the setting the 38-year-old chose to break the news to his children.

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  10. England an option again for Mark MilliganRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Benalla Ensign

    Socceroo Mark Milligan's long-held dream of playing club football in England is still alive courtesy of Australia's steady FIFA world ranking. And the club that wanted him this time last year - Bolton Wanderers - have renewed their interest in the 71-cap utility, who has been a free agent since his exit from Saudi Arabian side Al Ahli earlier this month.

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  11. Cahill to keep playing but not in A-LeagueRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Benalla Ensign

    Retired 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 half with Melbourne City and said he enjoyed the experience but has no interest in coming back to play in Australia, saying he intended to live in America.

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  12. Opinion: Football in Australia has its problems and Usain Bolt is not the answerRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Australian Broadcasting Corporation

    Australian football started the week kicking the tyres of a Ferrari but it looks like it is ending up with a Honda. And for once you can't fault its choice.

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  13. Sport24.co.za | WATCH: Neymar teaches kids the art of divingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2018 | News24

    Rio de Janeiro - Neymar took a swipe at his critics on Thursday with a tongue-in-cheek video in which he teaches children how to dive. The Brazilian superstar was widely lambasted at the World Cup for his theatrical reactions to challenges which often left the world's most expensive footballer wincing and rolling on the ground.

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  14. Sport24.co.za | Why Africa's best was not good enough at SWC 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2018 | News24

    Russia was the worst Soccer World Cup for Africa in 36 years as no side from the continent progressing through to the knockout stage for the first time since 1982. Since Algeria and Cameroon exited the group stage in 1982, at least one country from the continent always made it to the knockout stage.

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  15. Melbourne Victory close in on Honda, sign German defenderRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    Melbourne Victory are all but assured of securing the services of Japanese legend Keisuke Honda for at least next season, while the defending A-League champions have signed experienced German centre-back Georg Niedermeier. Honda's agent and brother Hiroyuki Honda has been in talks with Victory and Football Federation Australia for some months, and The Age understands the only way the deal will break down is if there are complications with the terms of the multi-million dollar marquee contract.

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  16. A-League: Brisbane Roar recruit Adam Taggart still harbouring Socceroos dreamsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    ADAM Taggart says playing under John Aloisi at Brisbane Roar gives him his best chance of regaining his Socceroos jersey. Taggart, 25, was a member of Australia's 2014 World Cup squad but has not donned the green and gold for the past four years.

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  17. Striker shortage a 'massive issue': AloisiRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Benalla Ensign

    Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi reckons the shortage of Australian strikers getting A-League starting opportunities is a "massive issue" for the Socceroos as they begin life without Tim Cahill. Aloisi may well end up providing new coach Graham Arnold with one of his best options up front after recruiting former Socceroo Adam Taggart from Perth Glory for the upcoming season.

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  18. Tim Cahill retires from international footballRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ABS-CBN News

    Cahill announced his decision in a tweet Tuesday saying "today's the day I'm officially hanging up my boots on my international career with the Socceroos. No words can describe what it has meant to represent my country."

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  19. Cahill shouldn't return home, say greatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 17 | The Mercury

    HAVING already spent time in the A-League, Tim Cahill returning to Australia to finish his club career would be a mistake. That's the belief of Socceroos greats Craig Moore and John Kosmina, who on Tuesday paid tribute to Cahill following the 38-year-old attacking weapon's decision to retire from international football after 50 goals in 107 senior appearances for Australia.

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  20. Hill: My favourite Cahill moment from our greatest SoccerooRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 17 | The Mercury

    THE word legacy probably appeared a little too often in association with Tim Cahill over the final years of his international career. In part, that was due to its use as the title of his autobiography.

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