Back to where it all began! Caltex Socceroos legend Tim Cahill has joined English Championship club Millwall for the remainder of the season.
Having started his professional career at the London club 20 years ago, Cahill's club career has come full circle.
The move also gives him the chance to press his claims for a spot in the Australian squad for this year's FIFA World Cup in Russia.
But as well as being the club that gave Cahill his shot, what else do we know about the Lions?
Here's some interesting facts about Cahill's new club.
- Millwall plays in the Championship – England's second tier – having won promotion from League One last season.
- They are currently in 15th spot on the ladder, nine points above the relegation zone.
- Their home ground – The Den – has a capacity of just over 20,000.
- Millwall are coached by Neil Harris, who has been at the helm since 2015, after taking over from Ian Holloway.
- Harris is also the club's all-time leading scorer (138 goals), ahead of former England, Tottenham and Manchester United star Teddy Sheringham (111).
- There are two Aussies already at the club. Left-back James Meredith and ex-Newcastle Jets youngster Kristian Brymora
- Melbourne Victory boss Kevin Muscat, former Caltex Socceroos skipper Lucas Neill, Dave Mitchell and Jason van Blerk have also played for the club in the past.
- Actor Denzel Washington and boxer David Haye are two high-profile fans of the club.
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