There have been growing concerns about Australia’s attacking threat, which seems to have reduced in intensity over the last year or so.
However, one of the national team’s influential players – Tim Cahill – his addressed the supporters over this issue. He believes that Australia’s young attacking talent will come good and fans need to show them patience. Mathew Leckie has especially come under abuse from the supporters. The national team recently took on England in a friendly match at the new Wembley. This was a preparation for England ahead of the Euro 2016 challenge.
Former Everton midfielder Tim Cahill says that a potential return to the Australian A-League will depend on FFA CEO David Gallop.
He has certainly put the ball in the court of the CEO, who was involved in a public war with the midfielder following his criticism of the Australian A-League. Cahill grabbed first the league for having made enough progress in the last few years. He says that the league has failed to attract the best players in the world – even when they have aged – partially because of the reluctance to pay big money.
Roberto Martinez has clarified that his discussion with an anonymous person, who was supposed to be the Toffees’ supporter, the other day, was nothing of the sort of confrontation.
It was actually about getting to know about people’s opinion.
Martinez says the feeling of the normal supporters, who follow the team everywhere, must be put into perspective because they are the ones who make the club. So, that’s what he was looking to find out there by speaking to that particular person what his perspective is.
AriedoBraida is the man in charge of international scouting for Barcelona and he has recently admitted in saying that the Spanish club is in need of more defenders as all of their current team of defensive players are reaching a point in their career where it’s time to consider finding younger replacements
The 36 year old Tim Cahill terminated his contract with the Chinese outfit Shanghai Shenhua but according to his agent, Ante Alilovic, the veteran player is still going to continue performing in Asia as there are a number of Chinese clubs that are interested in signing him and deals are being launched for Cahill who somehow still manages to perform even at his elevated age.
"He will stay in China. I'm in Asia now and will be with him in two days to discuss potential deals and there are a few interested clubs," Alilovic said.
Former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has spoken in glowing terms about his former rival, Tim Cahill, who is currently playing with Shanghai Greenland Shenhua in the Chinese super league.
Cahill is best known for his time with Premier league outfit Everton. Back then, he came up on numerous times against Liverpool legend Gerrard, who is widely regarded as one of the complete midfielders in the last few decades. Both players have since left their respective clubs in search of new pastures. Gerrard is playing in the MLS with LA Galaxy while Cahill is in China.
Ange Postecoglou says there’s a reason not to use Tim Cahill for that long a period of time in the game versus Bangladesh that was played in Western Australia last week.
Cahill featured only for a short duration in that game in spite of being named the captain of the side in the absence of Mile Jedinak.
It surprised everyone, but, according to Postecoglou, the plan was to play the attacking game and for that, he needed players who are a little more free-flowing in terms of their movement.
At the age of 19, Jack Grealish was given the opportunity to shine at the big stage as the young midfielder performed in Aston Villa’s FA Cup semifinal match against Liverpool which was played on April 19 and resulted in a 2-1 victory for Aston Villa.
Christian Benteke and Fabian Delph found the back of the net for the team of Tim Sherwood which was enough to knock out Liverpool out of the FA Cup.
Before the 2015 Asian Cup reached it’s end, the Australian attacker Tim Cahill had unveiled his opinion concerning his national side as the veteran player said that his team was prepared better than ever and it was indeed true as Australia was claimed as the winners of this year’s Asian Cup with an impressive that saw the team of Tim Cahill only conceding 3 goals.
2 of those goals were conceded in the group stages and the last one was conceded in the finals when the Australian national team faced off with South Korea and came out on top with a final scoreboard of 2-1.
Earlier in February, it was revealed that Tim Cahill had left the New York Red Bulls by a mutual agreement but it didn’t take the 35 year old Australian attacker a long time before going off and finding another club to join as Cahill landed a deal with the Chinese side Shanghai Shenhua.