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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 CC Mariners 0 0 0 0
4 Melbourne C 0 0 0 0
5 Melbourne V 0 0 0 0
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Tim Cahill happy for Melbourne City to look his direction for inspiration

ESPN's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss how Tim Cahill will fair with his new club of Melbourne City in the A-League.

Melbourne City midfielder Tim Cahill
Tim Cahill made his Melbourne City debut, coming on as a substitute against the Brisbane Strikers.

Putting thousands on attendances, serenading his new team and, now, getting on the field, Tim Cahill already feels like he's been at Melbourne City forever and is loving being home.

The 36-year-old made his debut for City as a second-half substitute in the 2-1 victory over Brisbane Strikers on Wednesday night, 24 hours after been forced into an initiation karaoke session, singing a Bill Withers soul classic -- just as he did at Everton when he first joined the Premier League club 12 years ago.

"It's...

Melbourne City progress to FFA Cup QFs as Tim Cahill makes debut

ESPN's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss how Tim Cahill will fair with his new club of Melbourne City in the A-League.

Melbourne City midfielder Tim Cahill
Tim Cahill came on as a substitute for Melbourne City against the Brisbane Strikers.

Tim Cahill has made his first senior club appearance in Australian football, coming on as 64th-minute substitute in Melbourne City's 2-1 victory over Brisbane Strikers in the FFA Cup round of 16.

The 36-year-old, who drew a sellout 3571 crowd on Wednesday night to Perry Park in Brisbane, entered the fray to a rapturous ovation with the scores level at 1-1.

Playing just behind striker Bruno Fornaroli, Cahill had his own effort on goal blocked in the 73rd minute before putting his hand up to take...

Melbourne Victory and Melbourne City through to FFA Cup quarterfinals

Tim Cahill has added some star power to the A-League for the upcoming season.

Melbourne Victory striker Besart Berisha
Besart Berisha was the hero on the night as Melbourne Victory sealed a 1-0 win over Home City.

FFA Cup holders Melbourne Victory have needed a lone strike from goal king Besart Berisha to see off semi-professional side Hume City 1-0 and advance to the quarterfinals.

Victory were pushed to the limit on Wednesday night in a feisty affair at ABD Stadium in Melbourne's northern suburbs, in a repeat of last season's semifinal.

Berisha netted from the penalty spot midway through the first half to extend his FFA Cup goalscoring record to 10 in as many matches.

Victory were fortunate to be awarded...

A-League clubs can't match Melbourne City's Cahill wages - Kevin Muscat

Australian head coach Ange Postecoglou is not worried about a succession plan for replacing Tim Cahill when the time comes.
Alessandro Diamanti
The Victory's deal with Alessandro Diamanti, who made 16 appearances for Atalanta last season, fell through without FFA support.

Melbourne Victory aren't sure whether other A-League clubs can afford to sign high-profile players to rival Melbourne City's acquisition of Tim Cahill.

Football Federation Australia knocked back the Victory as the A-League heavyweights sought to use the same "guest player" pot of funding on Italy international Alessandro Diamanti.

Diamanti, 33, represented Italy at Euro 2012, scoring the winning penalty to knock out England, but was deemed not high-profile enough to access FFA funding.

"We were...

Tim Cahill fit for Melbourne City debut against Brisbane Strikers in FFA Cup

David Gallop confirms Tim Cahill will join the A-League this season, signing a two year deal with Melbourne City.

Melbourne City have declared Tim Cahill ready to make his first Australian club soccer appearance in two decades.

Both City coach John van 't Schip and the man himself believe Cahill is fit enough to make a debut at the unlikely venue of suburban Brisbane ground Perry Park on Wednesday night.

A 3,500-strong capacity crowd is likely for the FFA Cup round of 16 match between City and former National Soccer League club Brisbane Strikers.

Van 't Schip confirmed Cahill would be in the squad but suggested...