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Martin Boyle stars for Australia as Tim Cahill makes final international appearance

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Tim Cahill was given a rousing sendoff by the Australian fans and teammates during his final international appearance.

Scottish-born striker Martin Boyle is quickly endearing himself to Australian football lovers, after starring in his first Socceroos start, as Tim Cahill made a final international cameo in the 3-0 win over Lebanon on Tuesday.

With coach Graham Arnold looking to finalise his squad for the Asian Cup finals in the United Arab Emirates in under two months' time, Boyle pressed his case in compelling fashion.

Boyle, whose father was born in Sydney, provided an assist for a last-gasp equaliser against...

Tim Cahill could get Australia farewell in friendly against Lebanon

Australia will host Lebanon for the first time in November in a friendly mooted as a final farewell for Socceroos legend Tim Cahill.

Cahill retired from international football last month after playing at a fourth World Cup but is likely to lace up for the Nov. 20 match at Sydney's ANZ Stadium. Cahill's appearance is not yet set in stone, with FFA chief David Gallop saying negotiations with his management are ongoing.

A formal announcement should come next week.

If all goes to plan, fans will be...

 By Paul Murphy

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The Malaysian Super League (MSL) is following Thailand's lead by introducing a squad place for an ASEAN player, in addition to three foreigners and one Asian.

After the Football Malaysia LLP (FMLLP) endorsed the change in policy on Sunday, the new rule will come into effect from the 2018 season, and will be in place for at least five years.

The previous statute allowed for four foreign players and one from Asia, so the new ruling is very much designed to encourage Malaysian teams to import the...