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Tim Cahill voted best player in MLS

by | 17/07/2014  Comments (5)  jump
When he left Everton, I think many of us thought that Tim was being "put out to pasture" to retire quietly in the MLS. His performances over the last year for NY Red Bulls and Socceroos have clearly shown that he is still a great player with a fantastic attitude.

To cap it off he has won MLS Player of the Year.  


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Paul Andrews
1 Posted 18/07/2014 at 12:08:34
Tim Cahill has been voted most valuable player in the MSL.
Ant Dwyer
2 Posted 19/07/2014 at 02:26:43
Well done, Tim lad, best of luck for the future.

Talk of a Premier League return, I would rather him come home than go elsewhere. If thereÂ’s room in the dressing room for Hibbert then surely Cahill wonÂ’t be a bad idea.

Adolf Ng
3 Posted 19/07/2014 at 03:26:49
Cahill the Legend!!
Ian Brown
4 Posted 26/07/2014 at 14:20:52
I consider Tim Cahill to be one of Everton's best signings. Maybe best ever signing, considering the fee Everton, paid for him. Incredible value for money.

So why don't Everton resign him? I know his best days are behind him now, but as a squad member he could prove invaluable.

And of course, he loves Everton, he is a true blue.

Graham Mockford
5 Posted 01/08/2014 at 02:42:18
Tim Cahill for me was the best player, bar none, of the Moyes era. Absolutely fearless as a player who never gave an inch in a blue shirt, Tim was a talismanic figure for most of his Everton career. He had an uncanny knack of finding space in the box and was one of the best headers of a ball I have seen at Goodison. He also came up trumps in the big games and if you speak to any RS they will tell you he was the player they feared.

His final season was by far the worst leading to many accusations on this site he was finished. However, he was only 32, I think that his commitment to Australia actually caught up with him in the end. Regularly travelling around the world, playing in close season inevitably took its toll.

However he seems to be in fine fettle again. Another outstanding World Cup followed by being voted the MLS best player.

I think there were three more years in him and would have loved to see him punching that corner flag a few more times.


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