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PostSubject: The 39 Clues   Fri Apr 24, 2009 12:03 am

A new series, The 39 Clues combines horror, mystery, suspense, excitement, and thrill in a 10-Book series. The unique part about the series is that each book has a different author. The author of Book 1 is Rick Riordan. Book 2 is Gordon Korman. Book 3 is Peter Lerangis. I own all three books. The main characters are Dan and Amy Cahill. The Cahill family is the strongest family known. Their relatives date back to Jesus and the first humans. Apparently, a Cahill is a professional soccer player.




Tim Cahill 39 <-------- "The 39 Clues"

Tim Cahill Profile

Born:
6/12/1979

Nationality:
Austrailia

Height:
1.78m

Weight:
64.2kg

Birthplace:
Sydney

Transfer Date:
23/07/04

Position:
Midfielder

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Sydney born Tim Cahill was David Moyes' second summer signing of the 2004/05 close season - after a move from Millwall, which he described as 'a dream come true'.

So determined was Tim to forge a career in professional soccer that he left behind family and friends in Australia at the age of 16, travelling halfway round the world to try his luck in England.

He has been well rewarded.

A forceful, strong running midfielder, he is remarkably good in the air for a player of only average height.

Tim made 250 appearances during his seven-year spell at the New Den, in which he scored a total of 57 goals. In his last season there, he made an FA Cup final appearance at the Millennium Stadium against Manchester United.

His international career began at the tender age of 14, when he represented Western Samoa, but since then he has become eligible to play for his native Australia and was called up to their 2004 Olympic team.

Tim wasted little time in proving his value to the national team as a goalscoring midfielder, grabbing five goals in his first two internationals and is highly rated by the Socceroos.

His first season in the Premier League saw him win the Player of the Season award at Goodison after finishing the campaign as top scorer.

That earned the Aussie international a new five-year deal in the summer of 2005.

He was, once again, a key figure for the side during the 2005/06 campaign. A knee injury sustained in April raised doubts about his availability for Australia in the World Cup but he was included in Guus Hiddink's squad for the tournament in Germany.

And he made a sensational impact, coming on as a substitute in Australia's group game with Japan to score twice and turn a 1-0 deficit into an eventual 3-1 win.

The Socceroos progressed from the group stage but were knocked out by Italy who would go on to win the tournament.

Apparently not fatigued, Cahill returned to Everton and began the season in sensational style, bagging seven goals before the end of October. He then injured his knee in a collision with Lee Carsley and didn't return until January 2007.

His return was shortlived, playing six matches before breaking his foot in the 1-1 draw at Sheffield United in March 2007. The injury ruled him out for the remainder of the season, although he was fit in time to return to the Australia squad for the Asia Cup.

During the summer of 2007 Tim returned from injury and played an intergral part in Australia's Asian Cup campaign. During the close season he put pen-to-paper on a five-year contract extension.

However, during the pre-season friendly with Werder Bremen, Cahill sustained another foot injury which kept him of the side until late October. He marked his return to action with a goal on his comeback appearance against Larissa in the Uefa Cup.

Cahill remained in splendid form, netting a memorable overhead kick to secure a draw against Chelsea.

Despite missing the final chunk of the campaign with a broken foot, the Aussie still finished with 10 goals.

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PostSubject: Re: The 39 Clues   Fri Apr 24, 2009 8:50 am

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PostSubject: Re: The 39 Clues   Sat Apr 25, 2009 12:22 am

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PostSubject: Re: The 39 Clues   Sat Apr 25, 2009 10:11 am

why does it still say dx riders the mod from HELL he is not a mod anyway Very Happy
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