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Sport Cahill breaks silence on criticism over WC role

12:41  27 february  2020
12:41  27 february  2020 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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Tim Cahill wearing a yellow shirt with a football ball: Tim Cahill says the criticism of him for accepting the ambassador role is fair © Getty Tim Cahill says the criticism of him for accepting the ambassador role is fair

Socceroos legend Tim Cahill has broken his silence on the criticism he has received after being named an official ambassador for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Cahill was named alongside football legends Samuel Eto'o, Xavi and Cafu as a member of the "Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy", but received widespread criticism for accepting the role, given the controversy surrounding Qatar being awarded the hosting rights for the tournament over Australia.

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"I think everything is fair," he said.

"I'm 40 years old now. I've got a lot of experience in understanding people's thoughts and understanding you make decisions that are right for you and you and your future.

"I have a massive influence now working with FIFA and Qatar. Stadiums getting built, we to get help with the production of that.

We get to help to make sure the sustainability programs afterwards of the products they put in there, we get to make sure we can help advise where the containers lift form the stadiums, whether hey go to Africa, Asia or somewhere in the world.

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Cahill was criticised for accepting the role by fellow Socceroos great Robbie Slater among others, but said he wasn't concerned about the backlash from Australians.

Robbie Slater holding a microphone: Socceroos great Robbie Slater has been one of many who have criticised Cahill's appointment © Getty Socceroos great Robbie Slater has been one of many who have criticised Cahill's appointment

"I think it's fair whatever perception they have of me," he said.

"It's not about being worried, but them understanding my role and understanding their feelings of how much was spent for Australia, the process we went for that I was there for.

"I'm one of four global ambassadors. We're also making a really good change for good with education programs.

"I'm happy to answer the hard questions and be in the front line of an influential competition in the world where people look at me now a voice globally for one of the biggest sports on earth."

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