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Australian veteran through first love in English second class to the world CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 38-year-old Tim Cahill returns after fourteen years back to Millwall. The Australian international signed a contract until the end of the season, reports the Championship club on Monday.

The attacker left last month Melbourne City, where he little playground got. The former Everton star had to say before leaving his chances of participating in the world cup in Russia to increase.

Between 1997 and 2004 played Cahill for Millwall. In that period he made 57 goals in 251 matches, after which he will go to Everton and drew. Cahill scored the first Australian ever at a world cup. He wants to be there for the fourth time at a world cup finals. For the Socceroos scored Cahill 50 times in 103 international matches.

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