When the next FIFA game, in this case, FIFA 13, comes to stores, it brings an updated roster of players for each team. In the US, while New York Red Bull was officially revealing Australian attacking midfielder Tim Cahill as part of their roster, EA has released a screenshot of Cahill sporting the jersey of his new team. The photo of the digital rendition of Tim Cahill in his new jersey can be seen below. Also expect him to be part of the starting XI for the Socceroos, the nickname of the Australian football team.

FIFA 13 will hit shelves in late September for numerous platforms, including the Playstation 3, Playstation Vita, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo 3DS and PC to name a few. New additions include the Player Impact Engine, Tactical Free Kicks and Attacking Intelligence. Changes are coming to Career Mode as well, with the ability to manage international teams through the FIFA World Cup, FIFA Confederations Cup and UEFA European Championship. Who knows, you may manage Cahill and his Australian teammates to World Cup glory.

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