Tim Cahill (disambiguation)

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Tim Cahill (born 1979) is an Australian former soccer player.

Tim Cahill Australian association football player

Timothy Filiga Cahill is an Australian former professional footballer who last played for Jamshedpur FC in the Indian Super League and played for the Australia national team. Previously, he has played for Millwall, Everton, the New York Red Bulls, Shanghai Shenhua, Hangzhou Greentown, and Melbourne City. Cahill plays as an attacking midfielder, but has also played as a forward on several occasions. A box-to-box midfielder, Cahill has become recognised for "his aggressive and powerful approach and his ability to head the ball in the penalty area".

Tim Cahill may also refer to:

Tim Cahill (politician) American politician

Timothy Patrick Cahill is a former Massachusetts Treasurer and Receiver-General and was an independent candidate in the 2010 Massachusetts Gubernatorial Election.

Tim Cahill (writer) Adventure travel writer

Tim Cahill is a travel writer who lives in Livingston, Montana, United States. He is a founding editor of Outside magazine and currently serves as an "Editor at Large" for the magazine.

Timothy "Tim" Cahill is an American producer, writer and animator who co-created the Cartoon Network series My Gym Partner's a Monkey with his wife Julie McNally Cahill. He, along with his wife, have co-created and are story editors for the 2012 Litlest Pet Shop series, and is a writer for The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange. He and his wife also worked for Warner Bros. on Histeria, Detention, Animaniacs and The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries.

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