The former Toffee says he hopes Duncan Ferguson and Tony Hibbert are having stern words.
The Blues were humiliated on Wednesday evening as they travelled to Anfield to take on rivals Liverpool.
In an utterly despondent display they were beaten comfortably by Jurgen Klopp’s side, who ran out 4-0 winners but could the scoreline could have been much worse.
It was a dark evening for Everton and their fans, as they suffered defeat at the hands of their rivals once again, and Cahill admits it certainly hurt him as a former Toffee.
24hrs + has passed since the Derby @Everton don't know what to say. That definately hurt. Hope Duncan Ferguson and Hibbo have had a word.— TIM CAHILL (@Tim_Cahill) April 21, 2016
Reality is to chase the Cup and see out the season.Either way it's our club and we ride the wave good or bad.We always come good. @Everton— TIM CAHILL (@Tim_Cahill) April 21, 2016
Roberto Martinez’s side must now look to bounce back as quickly as possible as they face an FA Cup semi final on Saturday.
They are set to take on Manchester United in that game, with it looking likely to determine the Spaniard’s future at the club.
A win could see him given an extended stay despite such a disappointing campaign, but a defeat is only likely to see him removed from the hot seat at Goodison Park.