- Australia’s Tim Cahill retires from general football
- Cahill is a Socceroos’ all-time heading goalscorer (50)
- First Australian to play in 4 World Cups
Australia’s all-time heading goalscorer and a initial actor in a country’s story to take partial in 4 FIFA World Cupsâ„¢Â Tim CahillÂ has announced his retirement from general football.
Cahill wrote a following on his central Twitter account: “Todayâ€™s a day that Iâ€™m strictly unresolved adult my boots on my general career with a Socceroos. No difference can report what it has meant to paint my country. Massive appreciate we to everybody for a support via all my years wearing a Australian badge.”
Cahill done 107 appearances for his country, that is a second many in Australia’s story behind goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer (109). His initial tip was on 30 Mar 2004 culminating with his coming in Australia’s 2-0 better by Peru during a 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
He is Australia’s all-time heading goalscorer with 50, and to denote a bequest he leaves behind, a subsequent tip goalscorer in a country’s story finished with 29 in Damian Mori.