Gary Cahill Life Story

Gary Cahill 
Gary James Cahill (born in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, December 19, 1985, age 26 years) was a professional soccer player from England who plays as a central defender for English Premier League club Chelsea and the England national team. On several occasions, he can also play as right defender, left back and defensive midfielder because of the speed and technical ability.

Cahill began his career as a college football player in the AFC Dronfield Derbyshire. He later joined Aston Villa football academy in 2000, to successfully penetrate the first team squad in 2005. Cahill had undergone lending contract with Burnley and Sheffield United in 2004 and 2007. In January 2008, he joined Bolton Wanderers.
Cahill strengthen the senior England team since September 2010 and scored his first goal in the month of September 2011.

Club career

Early career

Cahill began his career with AFC Dronfield, a Sunday League team in Derbyshire, until reaching the age of 15 years. "My friends played for local club AFC Dronfield, so I followed as well as playing as a central defender and defensive midfielder," Cahill said in an interview with the Manchester Evening News. In the early days of his career, he monitored a number of scouts from clubs such as Barnsley, Sheffield Wednesday, Derby County and Aston Villa. Cahill eventually chose to join Aston Villa football academy.

Aston Villa

Cahill had previously undergone loan contract for Burnley since November 2004 until the end of the 2004-05 season. He managed printing of simple first league goal against Stoke City and was awarded "Burnley's Player of the Year" and "Burnley's Young Player of the Year" (Best Player and Young Player Burnley Burnley Best).
He made his debut for Aston Villa team when it entered as a substitute when 0-5 defeat away to Arsenal on 1 April 2006.Pada 9 April 2006, Cahill made his debut play from the early minutes against West Bromwich Albion at Villa Park.Satu weeks later He scored his first league as a 3-1 victory over city rivals

Birmingham City.

On 19 September 2007, Cahill joined Sheffield United on a three-month loan contract. A few days after that, he made his debut as an away 2-3 defeat of Crystal Palace. Cahill scored one goal during play for Sheffield United's 1-0 away win over Stoke City on 10 November 2007. He re-joined Aston Villa in mid-December 2007.

Bolton Wanderers

Cahill joined Bolton Wanderers by signing a contract duration of three and a half years on January 30, 2008. He made his league debut as an away 2-0 win over Reading. Since then, Cahill became a public favorite player Reebok Stadium and was awarded "Best Newcomer" at the end of the season. In July 2008, he was given back number five shirt by manager Gary Megson at the time, which was previously worn by Abdoulaye Meite. On October 5, 2008, Cahill scored his first goal in a 3-1 away win at West Ham United.

In August 2009, 18 months after joining Bolton, Cahill signed a new three-year duration.
Cahill had to sit out a few months after suffering a thrombus in his left arm, due to an injury during training before home games are scheduled to face Fulham on February 6, 2010.

Throughout the 2010-11 season, Cahill was a key player in Bolton's back line by making 36 league appearances and scored three goals in the third scored the fight cage.On August 13, 2011, he scored one goal in the 2011-12 season opener when away win 4-0 victory over Queens Park Rangers.

In December 2011, before the January transfer window opened, manager Owen Coyle admitted that Cahill is likely to be sold given the contract to expire at the end of the 2011-12 season. "If he [Cahill] to move, no doubt the top clubs go after Gary," said Coyle. Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and showed interest in hiring Cahill. On December 23, 2011, Coyle confirmed that Bolton are in talks with Chelsea about a possible transfer Cahill.Pada December 30, 2011, Coyle announced that Bolton agree Cahill transfer fee of £ 7 million so that Chelsea could begin negotiations with representatives Cahill.Meski personal requirements are in the process negotiations, Cahill still look at the match against Wolverhampton Wanderers on December 31, 2011 and scored the 2-1 away win over Everton on January 4, 2012.


On January 14, 2012, Cahill has conducted medical tests in Cobham Training Centre, a gym and seen watching the match Chelsea against Sunderland Chelsea from Stamford Stadium bleachers Bridge.Cahill officially announced as a Chelsea player on January 16, 2012. He was wearing a back number 24.Cahill made his league debut playing since the early minutes as Chelsea draw against Manchester United with a final score of 3-3 on 5 February 2012.

On February 18, 2012, Cahill made his debut at the same time both for Chelsea in the FA Cup as Chelsea draw against Birmingham City with a score of 1-1.Tiga days later, he made his debut in the UEFA Champions League away 1-3 defeat at Napoli The first round of last 16 besar.Pada March 18, 2012, Cahill scored his first goal for Chelsea in the match against Leicester City in the FA Cup quarter-finals. Dimenangakan Chelsea match with a score of 5-2.Pada March 21, 2012, he scored his first league goal for Chelsea's 1-2 defeat away to Manchester City.

International Career

Cahill is one of the England U21 player Stuart Pearce care that does not get a chance to play. He made his debut for England U21 against Spain U21 on February 6, 2007. Cahil called up to England squad for the senior national team match against Kazakhstan on June 4, 2009, after Rio Ferdinand back from tim.Namun, Cahill will be making its debut more than a year later, when entered as a substitute to replace Michael Dawson as a 4-0 win over Bulgaria at Wembley Stadium on 3 September 2010. [34] Cahill's debut is at once made the first Bolton player to strengthen the England team since Michael Ricketts did the same thing in 2002.

Prior called up to England, Cahill can qualify for the national team because one of the Irish Republican grandmother from Irlandia.Namun, the Bolton manager Owen Coyle, who is also former national team players of the Republic of Ireland Cahill explained that just wants to play for England.

On 2 September 2011, Cahill made his competitive debut playing since the early minutes and scored his first goal as a 3-0 victory over Bulgaria in the 2012 qualifying event. These goals while making the first Bolton player to score for England since Ray Parry doing the same thing in 1959. On February 29, 2012, Cahill scored his second goal for England in a friendly match against the Dutch at Wembley Stadium. The Netherlands won the match by a score of 3-2.



Best Goals Aston Villa: 2005-06
Bunrley Player of the Year: 2004-05
Burnley Young Player of the Year: 2004-05
Bolton Wanderers player version of The Best Player: 2008-09

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