Thursday , May 13 2021

Tim Cahill joins Aspire Academy as Chief Sports Officer!

Aspire Academy, one of the world’s leading academy for youth sports development, has announced the official joining of Australian football icon, Timothy ‘Tim’ Cahill, as a new staff in the position of Chief Sports Officer.

The retired Australian international, and all-time leading goalscorer for the Australia national team, having scored 50 goals in 108 matches between 2004 and 2018, had an outstanding global professional career – from Australia (Sydney United – Melbourne City) to the English Premier League (Millwall FC and Everton FC), from America’s MLS (NY Red Bulls) to China’s Super League (Shanghai Shenhua and Hangzhou Greentown) and India (Jamshedpur FC). Cahill was the first Australian to score at a FIFA World Cup.

Prior to joining Aspire Academy in his new role as a Chief Sports Officer, Cahill has been completing his UEFA Coaching Licenses, as well as studying sports business and management at both Harvard and Josoor University. He has also undertaken commentary work with BBC and Sky Sports covering the English Premier League. Additionally, Cahill has participated in some of Aspire Academy coaching programs over the past two years.

“We are delighted to have such an accomplished footballer on our team of experts. We are very much looking forward to Mr. Cahill’s contribution to Aspire Academy’s next phase of growth as we forge ahead with sport development in the country and internationally. We are confident that his impressive 21-year playing career in England, The United States, China, India and Australia’s National Team, as well as his passion and thirst to broaden his experiences in sports management, will undoubtably bring added value to our organization,” said Ivan Bravo, Aspire Academy Director General, in welcoming the Socceroos’ ex-captain.

Tim Cahill commented on his appointment, “I’m excited and honoured to join Aspire, one of the world’s leading sports academies. I’ve been visiting Aspire since my playing days with Everton and the Socceroos and have been constantly impressed by its world-class innovation and competitiveness. I am looking forward to contributing to the success and growth of Aspire as well as developing my skills in sports management as I embark on this exciting new chapter in my career.”

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