Everton manager David Moyes backing Tim Cahill after tackle leads to Petr Cech injury

04 December 2010 09:04
Everton manager David Moyes last night exonerated Tim Cahill fromblame after he had brought Petr Cech's worst nightmares to life atStamford Bridge yesterday. [LNB]Cech was left clutching his left eye in the 73rd minute after Cahillappeared to catch Chelsea's goalkeeper in the face as he arrived latewith what appeared to be a studs-first challenge. [LNB] Eyeful: Tim Cahill clatters into Cech[LNB]Four years ago, Cech underwent surgery for a depressed fracture of his skull and he plays in a protective leather cap. [LNB]But Moyes said: 'Just because Cech has a medical history, that doesn't mean my player can't go for the ball. If he hadn't gone for it, I'd be wringing his neck.'[LNB] Chelsea's Didier Drogba still has Champions League desireChelsea beat Man City to secure first refusal Fluminense teenager PernaoEVERTON FC: All the latest news from across the webCHELSEA FC: All the latest news from across the webChelsea 1 Everton 1: Beckford strikes late as Ancelotti's woes mount[LNB] [LNB]  Explore more:People: Tim Cahill, Petr Cech, David Moyes

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