Tim cahill

  • Birth of Tim Cahill

    Tim cahill was born
  • Debut

    He made his Millwall debut on 22 May 1998.
  • played for everton

    In the new start of the premier league, he started to play for Everton.
  • ballon D'or

    He was the first Everton playet to be a nominees for the prestiges Ballon D'or
  • Injury

    He missed most of the 2006-2007 injury due to footy and knee injury. However, he extended a new contract for 5 years.
  • Return.

    Cahill returned from injury partway through the 2007–08 season in the club's first UEFA Cup Group match, a home match against Greek side Larissa on 25 October 2007, scoring from a diving header after 14 minutes in a 3–1 win.
  • Cup final in 5 years

    His extra time winner against Luton Town on 31 October in the League Cup, sent Everton into their first cup Quarter Final in more than 5 years.
  • Position

    Due to injuries to all four of Everton's senior strikers Cahill was employed as a makeshift forward during December 2008. In this role he scored a late equaliser in the Merseyside Derby, becoming the first player since Dixie Dean to score for Everton in three Anfield derbies.
  • Goals

    His 100th career goal was scored against Arsenal at Goodison on 28 January 2009.
  • Celebrations

    On 15 February, Cahill scored the third goal in a 3–1 win over Aston Villa and dedicated the goal to the victims of the 2009 Victorian bushfires.
  • Captain

    Owing to Phil Neville sustaining a knee ligament injury early in the 2009–2010 season, Cahill was named as the replacement captain of Everton. Later in the season he scored his 50th goal for Everton, in a 3–1 defeat of Carlisle United in the Third Round of the FA Cup.
  • Heading goals

    Cahill scored two goals against Aston Villa on 14 April 2010 both coming from headers to move his goal tally for the season to nine goals all coming from his head.