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A transfer that cought my eye, what will be the result of this emotional return

DATE: 01.02.2018 - SOCCERVOICE - BLOG - SEASON 2017-18

Tim Cahill is back in England, and will play for Millwall for the rest of the season, the 38 year old also have other vital events on his mind

Tim Cahill is back where it all started, with Millwall. Cahill moved to England as a teenager and was signed by The Lions, and became mates with the current manager at Millwall today, Neil Harris, who also were coming up and through at the club.

Harris who decided to sign the 38 year old on a contract until the end of the season, has said that Cahill needs to get back to full fitness before playing in the first team. He has been out for 7 weeks and a bit rusty, despite being a regular in the national team.

Cahill was part of the Austrialia team that defeated Honduras in the play-off's and he is more or less certain to take part in the World Cup coming up this summer. This will be the fourth World Cup he attends, a fantastic record in itself.

 

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Cahill's record with the national team is also fantastic, playing 104 games so far and scored 50 goals. He left Melbourne City in December, and has since leaving Millwall the first time, played for Everton, New York Red Bulls, Shanghai Shenhua and Hangzhou Greentown.

David Moyes and Everton paid 1,5 million for his services back in 2004. Cahill played 226 league games and scored 56 goals over a period of eight years leaving in 2012.

Cahill played in the FA Cup final twice, once with Millwall in 2004 and with Everton in 2009. Losing to Manchester United and Chelsea, but hopefully great memories for the 38 year old.

 

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Still at 38 a lot to look forward to in his football career, a second debut with Millwall, hopefully soon, and then in the summer, being part of an Australian squad heading for the World Cup's in Russia.

During his time in football, Tim Cahill has reached some great milestones and has set a number of astonishing records. He is the first Australian to score in the World Cup Finals. He is the one who has scored most for his country, when he reached 30 goals, he is now on 50.

He is the first Everton player, since Dixie Dean, to score in three seperate Merseyside derbies at Anfield. He is the Everton player with most post-war league goals against Liverpool.

Cahill also holds the record of the fastest goal scored in MLS history, within 7 seconds of the game v. Houston Dynamo back in 2013.


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