30-Jan-2018 23:29:53 | The Guardian
Millwall manager Neil Harris has hailed the return of Tim Cahill to the club but cautioned against rushing the Socceroos star into action. The 37-year-old put pen to paper on a short-term deal until the end of the season on Monday, ending weeks of speculation about his future after leaving Melbourne City in December.
He is aiming to become only the fourth man behind Pele, Miroslav Klose and Uwe Seeler to score at four successive World Cups, but for him to accomplish the feat in Russia later this year he desperately needs game time to be assured of a spot in Bert van Marwijk’s squad.
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Not just a football club. 14 years away from @MillwallFC following my dreams and it’s feels like yesterday I was here, that’s how great this club and people are. #thankyou #thereturn pic.twitter.com/JJ1kPflwFZ