Where is Tim Cahill now?
Considered by many as one of the best players in the Premier League to have not played for one of the ‘big six’ clubs, Tim Cahill retired from playing in 2019 after a spell playing in the Indian Super League with Jamshedpur.
Starting his professional career in 1998 he went onto make 706 first team appearances and scoring 172 for seven teams including spells playing in the United States with New York Red Bulls and Shanghai Shenhua in China.
Although he didn’t win too much team silverware (the Second Division title with Millwall and the FFA Cup with Melbourne City), Cahill won a number of individual awards including Oceania Footballer of the Year in 2004, Everton’s Player of the Season and Player’s Player of the Season in 2005 and was a nominee for the 2006 Balon d’Or.
Arguably Australia’s greatest ever player he starred for the national side for 14 years winning 108 caps, scoring a record-breaking 50 goals and playing in and scoring in the 2006, 2010 and 2014 FIFA World Cup finals.
Upon retiring from playing Cahill has gone into the coaching side of the game and spent six months at former side Everton’s academy where he completed his coaching badges before joining the Qatar FA as an under-16’s and under-19’s coach.
Away from football he has a number of business interests (at one point he had his own designer clothing brand and a male grooming business), and is currently a global trade ambassador for online trading provider ACY Securities.
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Tim Cahill: Premier League Statistics
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