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Jamshedpur FC’s Tim Cahill – No pressure being one of the biggest players in ISL – football news

Jamshedpur FC’s marquee signing Tim Cahill is looking forward to the upcoming Indian Super League (ISL) season. The Australian striker is confident of his team’s abilities after the pre-season in Spain. 

“It is going to be a tough season. We have to focus on ourselves. We have been working hard in preseason. We wanna be organised, play nice football and win matches,” Cahill said. Although the former Everton star is the only marquee player in the league this season, he feels no pressure and wants to focus on the collective effort. 

“(I feel) no pressure of being one of the biggest players in the league. We have to show on and off the park what we are doing as a club.

“ISL is a shorter league with fewer teams. But the key is the league structure. I can speak about my club and Jamshedpur’s structure is the key to success. Professionalism is important.

“Chinese Super League has big investments. They have big names in the league, some of the top players play there. The teams play in the AFC Champions League. As a marquee ISL player, I want to do well on the pitch bring and more crowd to the grounds,” the 38-year-old said. 

Tim Cahill Cesar Ferrando Jamshedpur FC

Tim Cahill revealed that he was approached by many agents in the summer. “During and after the World Cup, I was approached by many agents. I had offers from mainly the Middle East and Asia. But for me, the biggest thing was to understand the team.

“(I want to maintain) my level of fitness with the youngsters. I picked the right time to come to the league which (runs for) 6 Months and (has) 18 games (for each club),” he added. 

Cahill is set to miss his team’s first match of the season due to a suspension he picked up when he was at Millwall last season. But the player isn’t too concerned. “That’s life, that is how it goes on. I knew this before I signed for Jamshedpur. I thought I wasn’t going to play before this opportunity came around.” he stated.

The Socceroos player also supports the break in the league schedule during the AFC Asian Cup in January 2019.

“We have to adapt to the schedule. Need time off for the Asian Cup if you want your national side to do well. Look around, the biggest leagues have a gap for an international tournament,” he concluded. 

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Tim Cahill backs Usain Bolt’s A-League experiment – football news

Socceroos legend Tim Cahill has urged perspective on Usain Bolt’s A-League experiment, saying the trial should be supported until the Jamaican star is fully fit.

Bolt looked off the pace and appeared to struggle with his aerobic fitness during his debut for Central Coast Mariners in a friendly against a select XI last Friday night – a match which attracted an extraordinary crowd just shy of 10,000

Speaking during a press conference to announce his farewell Socceroos match against Lebanon in November, Cahill pleaded for critics to be positive about Bolt’s adventure Down Under.

“Usain Bolt is a special case – you have a world commercial class athlete that is probably the biggest faces on planet earth trying to play football – let’s embrace that,” Cahill said.

“Let’s not put too much negativity on the A-League for giving someone a chance.”

Mariners coach Mike Mulvey says the club will give the sprint king 12 months to prove he deserves a professional contract.

However, Bolt believes his fitness will peak in four months time and he will have a deal secured before that point.

Cahill lauded the eight-time Olympic gold medallist for his honesty and cited the intense interest around the trial as reason to back it.

“If Usain Bolt admits he is going to be ready in four months, at least he is being honest,” he said.

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“It’s key we put this [experiment] in a special box and take it for what it is.”

Bolt’s next scheduled match is a friendly against NSW NPL club Wollongong Wolves at WIN Stadium on October 6.


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ISL 2018-19: Who are Jamshedpur FC’s foreign signings – football news

Less than a week remains for the latest edition of the Indian Super League (ISL) to kick off and squad rosters of the 10 teams are starting to taking shape.

Having had made their maiden appearance in the competition last year, Jamshedpur FC have been making some moves in the summer ahead of their second season in the ISL. Spanish coach Cesar Ferrando has taken over the reins at the club following Steve Coppell’s departure to ATK.

We take a look at the seven overseas signings the Steelmen have made so far.


Australia’s all-time leading goalscorer has signed for the club as a marquee player in a move that has generated plenty of headlines. The 38-year-old forward was a stalwart for Everton in the Premier League for eight seasons and has earned legendary status for Millwall with whom he enjoyed two separate stints including his first as a professional player in England. An excellent header of the ball, Cahill’s trademark goal celebration will be arriving on Indian soil sooner rather than later.


The 32-year-old winger has come up through the youth ranks of his hometown club Atletico Madrid. Having plied his trade primarily in the lower divisions of Spanish football, the winger’s goal clinched SD Huesca’s maiden promotion to LaLiga in 2009. He transferred to Italian side Udinese in 2010 but failed to make a single appearance after being sent out on loan back to Spain in both his seasons with the club.


The Spanish defender is now a well established face in the ISL having participated in three seasons of the competition already. The upcoming season will be his second with the Jamshedpur club for whom he made a total of 18 appearances last season while also grabbing a goal. Prior to his move to the Steelmen, Tiri spent two seasons with ATK and was a vital cog of their title-winning side of 2016. He began his career at Cadiz in Spain before signing for Atletico Madrid’s B team in 2012.


The Brazilian midfielder is another player which has been retained by the club going into its second ISL campaign. Like Tiri, Memo too appeared in all 18 matches played by Jamshedpur last season. This will be his third season in the ISL with his first coming with the Delhi Dynamos in 2016. The 30-year-old defensive midfielder has played for various Brazilian clubs for the large part of his career with his stints in India being his only overseas moves.


One of the five Spanish outfield players in the ranks of Jamshedpur going into the season, Pablo Morgado will be marking his maiden stint abroad with the ISL move. The 29-year-old winger came up through the youth ranks of Valencia before stints with various clubs in the lower divisions of Spanish football. His last stint before his ISL move was with Valencia-based CF La Nucia who ply their trade in the fourth tier of Spanish football.


The 27-year-old Spanish attacking midfielder came up through the youth ranks of Collado Villalba and Atletico Madrid. Between 2009 and 2013, he played for Atletico Madrid’s B and C teams before signing for Real Zaragoza on loan in 2013. He spent his last four years at Albacete Balompie and Ponferradina in Spain’s second and third tier respectively prior to signing with the Jamshedpur-based club.


Hailing from Alicante in Spain, Mario Arques is a midfielder by trade. The 26-year-old Spaniard spent his formative years at Villareal before stints with the B team of Valencia, Elche and Sporting Gijon. In 2015, he made his LaLiga debut with Elche in a 0-3 loss to Atletico Madrid. Arques’ only stint abroad prior to his move to India came with Ukranian Premier League club FC Karpaty Lviv last year.







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