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Cahill Interview In Todays Observer

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Hi everyone, if you haven`t got todays papers yet grab hold of the Observer some good coverage of todays game including a 2 page interview with Tim Cahill....

 

choice quote....

 

Q. Would you ever consider a move to Liverpool if they came in for you?

A. Never, never never! No money in this world could ever convince me to play for Liverpool. Thats not a lack of respect for the fans or the club. It's for the respect for the Everton Supporters. You just can't do that. Morally, it's not right. It gooes against everything I stand for. No chance.

 

 

might send a copy to Hull care of Mr N Barmby.

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Pretty certain thats the same answer he gave on 'The Footy Show' (Aussie RL show) when they asked him, He just laughed and gave pretty much the same answer.

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it was yeah cos it was on the official site a couple weeks back! shove it barmby :lol: mr cahill is blue blue blue now and i liked what he said about if barca came in for him he'd say speak to the gaffer! wont let his head be turned good lad! shite penalty though :lol:

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I actually had the privalage of meeting TC last year, visited him at his home with a number of people (he was looking to have some work carried out at his pad) actually sat down opposite him at kitchen table - how sureal was that! couldn't help mentioning that I was a blue ST holder and had a chat about EFC, he said he reckoned he had about 4 or 5 years years over here and then would be heading back to Oz, he loves EFC but finds it diffucult sometimes as his culture back home is to spend life outside but weather over here makes it difficult to do the same his family, talked about L'pool - says 'he hates the bast'ds' - his words I assure - What a guy, love him.

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