Cahill: 'I'll do anything to be available'

Cahill: 'I'll do anything to be available'

Socceroos striker Tim Cahill (l) and Peter Helliar (r) discuss Australia's World Cup qualifier on The Project.

The FFA said Cahill had been cleared of a fracture on Saturday, but would require continued assessment and treatment before any decision would be made about his availability for the match in San Pedro Sula.

He was forced to address the controversy over safety and security concerns in Honduras raised by some sections of the Australian media.

"I'm not promising anything, but this is a massive opportunity for us, the chance to go to a fourth consecutive World Cup", Cahill said at Melbourne airport, where he arrived wearing an ice pack on his leg. Honduras football president Jorge Salomon even called a press conference on the matter, commenting that "we are upset with some Australian media that have spoke bad on the name of Honduras, they have played with the name of our country, that has bothered us all and I think it is something we cannot allow". Cahill had scored a double against Syria which took the Socceroos into the two-legged clash with Honduras.

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Tras ser reanimado por los servicios de emergencia, fue trasladado a un hospital y sufrió otro infarto del que también se recuperó.

The FFA also confirmed forward Robbie Kruse would not travel to Honduras due to injury, but would join the squad in Sydney along with Mathew Leckie and Mark Milligan, who are suspended for the first leg. If you win this, I think you play ISIS. "It's my country, I'm working hard and I'll do anything to be available".

Australia will take on Honduras in the 40,000-capacity Olimpico Metropolitano Stadium in San Pedro Sula, a town once regarded as the deadliest city in Honduras because of violence linked to the drug trade.

"What media say is different to what players think".