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Kids get a chance to
bend it like Cahill
Children take part in the Tim Cahill Coaching Clinic at the ANU.
TIM Cahill is one of Australia's
beloved Socceroos and his passion for
the game has led him to pass on his
knowledge to aspiring soccer stars.
With the help of coaches from his
English club Everton, Cahill has
started a program to teach young
soccer stars the skills to be great.
The Tim Cahill Coaching Clinic
came to Canberra last week and
children from 5 to 15 years were able
to train under the head coach of the
Clinic coordinator Charlie Buck said
as well as coaching children, the Tim
Cahill Coaching Clinics were designed
to educate coaches.
"All the coaches that are coaching
here are literally coaching his words
and his techniques," Buck said.
The clinic at Willows Oval, Aust-
ralian National University, was just
one of three run in January, with
sessions at Sydney and Newcastle.
The children taking part were taught
the same skills taught at the academy
and they were simply adjusted for age
and skill level.
Buck said for the children who took
part there was an added bonus -- four of
the kids from the clinics will get to go
to London for the ultimate Tim Cahill
"They'll fly with a guardian, meet
Tim, and train at the academy," Buck
said. The chosen four will be selected
to train with the Everton academy for
a week in 2012. They will also get the
chance to watch Cahill and Everton
play in a Premier League game and
receive a personalised tour of Goodis-
Buck thinks the experience will give
professional footballer, but it won't
simply be the most talent players
"It's more skill, attitude to football,
and how they apply themselves and
hard work, because that's the Tim
Cahill model really," he said.
Despite his high profile, Cahill
didn't have such a successful start to
his career. He didn't make any
representative teams growing up and
achieved limited success in Australia.
"Sydney Olympic was about as far
small and couldn't make it. But he flew
over to England and he's doing alright
now," Buck said.
The four children who will get to fly
to London will be announced at the end
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