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Following his appointment as Everton manager back in 2002, David Moyes has pulled off a number of great transfers, but perhaps his greatest signing of all is Tim Cahill.
Since signing from Millwall in the summer of 2004, Cahill has become a cult hero at Goodison Park due to his commitment and his eye for a goal.
In his first season on Merseyside, Cahill finished as the club’s top scorer and also won the Player of the Year award as Everton surprised everyone and secured Champions League football. Cahill was infamously sent off in his second appearance for the club after lifting his shirt over his head after netting his first goal for the club at Man City.
Since then, Cahill has continued to find the back of the net due to his impressive runs from midfield and his astonishing heading ability. The Australian international also has an incredible knack of netting in Merseyside derbies which has more than enhanced his already sky high reputation with the club.
There is certainly no doubting Cahill’s commitment to the club due to his performances on the pitch and due to the fact the player has the letters EFC featuring on his tattoo.
Cahill’s corner flag celebration has become his trademark and the Goodison faithful will no doubt still be watching that famous shadow boxing for a few years yet.