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The hole that Cahill leaves in Australian football

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Australia bid farewell to Tim Cahill as legend retires in win over Lebanon

SYDNEY -- Tim Cahill was already in tears as he pulled on the No. 4 Australia shirt for the last time. With eight minutes remaining in the friendly against Lebanon at ANZ Stadium, his side 3-0 up, at 9.25p.m. the 38-year-old embraced every player on the bench and, after a hug from coach Graham Arnold, made his way over to the fourth official.

When Cahill ran on, the second biggest cheer of the night reverberated around stadium -- the crowd on their feet to acknowledge the greatest player Australia...

Perth Glory showcase A-League title credentials, James Troisi sends a message to Graham Arnold

Rob Brooks delves into the highs and lows week four of the A-League as clubs prepare to take a back seat to international action in the week ahead.

Talking point of the weekend

Perth Glory finished the weekend top of the league following their 2-0 triumph over Adelaide on Sunday, signalling that Tony Popovic's men could well be the real deal this season.

Seen as a potential dark horse after bringing in the likes of Chris Ikonomidis and Jason Davidson over the offseason, Perth have started the...

Daniel Arzani's move to Manchester City caps whirlwind seven months for Australia starlet

Things have happened very quickly for Daniel Arzani. At the start of this year, he was virtually unknown even in Australia. Now, just a few months later, he is considered one of the brightest prospects Australia has produced in years, made a positive impression as the youngest player at the World Cup in Russia, signed for Manchester City and prepares to start an exciting adventure on loan at Celtic.

At the current rate of progress, the sky is the limit for the Iranian-born prodigy -- yet everything...

Australia legend Tim Cahill exits as the most effective Socceroos player of all time

It seems as though a large hole has been left in Australian football following the international retirement of Socceroos legend Tim Cahill.

Not that the news came as a shock to anyone. It was inevitable that Cahill would exit the international stage at this time. It has been in the cards for some time. After making 107 appearances for his country and becoming its greatest goal scorer with 50 goals, it was simply the right time for the 38-year-old to step aside.

That fact was confirmed when the forward...

Inside the Socceroos camp: Following Australia's World Cup journey

Charged with covering Australia's World Cup odyssey, ESPN FC's Steph Brantz reflects on what has been a whirlwind six months for the Socceroos under Bert van Marwijk.

Holding my passport open to the page bearing a single-entry Russian business visa, the customs official at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport looked confused.

"You cannot leave!" she said, unable to comprehend why someone working in the football media would be departing with the World Cup only half over.

I know exactly what she meant: This...

 By John Duerden

South Korea, Japan, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Australia looking to January's Asian Cup

Asia's five teams are all home from Russia, but January's 2019 Asian Cup already looms large on the horizon.

Here's a look at lessons all the AFC nations learned from the 2018 World Cup and what needs to be done in the coming weeks and months.

South Korea

Despite the stunning 2-0 win against Germany, South Korea's World Cup was a disappointment. There were some positives with the Taeguk Warriors, however.

First and foremost, the team have their No. 1 for the Asian Cup and perhaps years to come....