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Cahill gets all- clear - AAP

 

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Socceroos & Everton star Tim Cahill has confirmed he will be fit for Australia's Asian Cup opener against Oman on July 8.

 

The 27-year-old Everton midfielder has not played since March when he fractured a metatarsal in his left foot against

 

Sheffield United in the English Premier League.

 

 

Cahill said he would be travelling with the Socceroos for their friendly against Singapore on June 30 but would not be

 

taking the field until the Socceroos' Cup campaign kicks off in Bangkok a week later.

 

 

"I've got another X-ray to go but they've given me the all clear for the Asian Cup," Cahill said. "It's feeling well.

 

It's just good to be back, good to be involved

 

READ MORE -> http://www.theworldgame.com.au/home/index....t&cid=89832

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What are your chances in the Asia cup pat?
I only support Oz @ Cricket eh Mike ;)

 

Whilst I havent turned the full corner, living here has them as I suppsoe a 2nd team or team I like to see do well.

 

Asian Cup - Australia are short Favourites. ( their 1st time in as well )

 

Danger sides being, S Korea, Japan & Iran.

 

Should canter thru group, Thailand, Oman & Iraq.

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Another player kind of affiliated with our club well kinda will be playing for the Aussies in the asia cup. David Carney the kid we let go who was playing in the same youth team as Rooney has also been named, he's been looking good in the Asian Champions League and might not be too long until he's back in england although more than likely at championship standard.

Reckon Australia should win the cup although Japan are the real danger.

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