Such is life for a successful footballer. No sooner had Tim Cahill lifted the Asian Cup trophy with his Australian teammates that focus then shifted to his future.
For the national team, the 35-year-old insists he still has much to offer, and no doubt coach Ange Postecoglou will give him every opportunity to demonstrate that after his performances against Asia's best.
For club, it was a different story.
Cahill parted ways with the New York Red Bulls as the club and player decided it was in everyone's...
Former Everton and New York Red Bulls star Tim Cahill has confirmed that he has joined Chinese giants Shanghai Shenhua.
Cahill, 35, announced the news just hours after the MLS side said on Monday that the Australian midfielder had left the club by mutual agreement, making him a free agent.
Speaking to Fox Sports News, Australia's all-time leading goal-scorer said: "I'm proud to announce that next move in my career will be in China with Shanghai Shenhua.
"China is a growing market in football. You...
The Impressive Asian Cup run of Alain Perrin's China ended on Thursday following their 2-0 defeat to hosts Australia in the quarterfinal in Brisbane. But, the quarterfinal defeat of the national team, which followed three straight wins in the group stages, did not deter the Chinese public from tuning into their television sets in numbers thereby setting a record in live football broadcasting in recent years in the world's most populous country.
The official Asian Cup website reported that the quarterfinal...