Tim Cahill inks new club deal as World Cup draws near
Tim Cahill inks new club deal as World Cup draws near
Tim Cahill set to complete emotional return to English football with former club Millwall
30 January, 2018, 01:10
Cahill, still a regular fixture with the Socceroos, told millwallfc.co.uk that South London was the best environment to earn his Green and Gold shirt.
The Socceroos legend's new head coach - and also his former teammate - Neil Harris, said he was "really pleased" to welcome him back to Millwall.
Veteran Australia global Tim Cahill has completed a return to former club Millwall as he looks to keep his World Cup ambitions on track. The 38-year old was last seen playing for Melbourne City but left the club last month after not getting enough game time, in a bid for more game time at club level to boost his chances to get selected for the Australian squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
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He has agreed a deal running until the end of the Championship season at Millwall under his old team-mate Neil Harris, although he will not be eligible for Tuesday's game against promotion-chasing Derby County.
Although Cahill hasn't played a game in nearly two months, the veteran spent time training with Sydney FC and kept in constant contact with FFA conditioning staff.
"I want to thank Melbourne City, the players and the staff, and especially the fans".
He is keen to find a new club ahead of this summer's World Cup, which he helped his country qualify for by scoring twice in a play-off match against Syria in October. Millwall is where I learnt my trade and it was the most important learning period of my life - my apprenticeship in understanding football.
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