Indian football needs more matches to progress: Tim Cahill
Newstracklive|June 30, 2020

Former Australian football player and Indian Super League (ISL) team Jamshedpur FC striker Tim Cahill feels that the young players of Indian football can use their talent properly only when they get the opportunity to show it properly. meet. After playing with Jamshedpur FC in the 2018-19 season in the ISL, Cahill retired from his career. He has said that his experience has told that India has the power to do well on the continental level and globally.

"Indian talent needs more matches, they should play and compete more consistently and when they play matches at the international level, you can see that pressure," Cahill was quoted as saying on the official website of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC)." Cahill's tenure with Jamshedpur was reduced to just 11 matches due to injury. However, he is happy with his experience.

Cahill said, "It was fantastic. I enjoyed every single moment. I was also very close to the entire community and team owner Tata Group. One of the best things was in the organization and the club, what we did, did it for his fans. "

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