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TIM Cahill continues to break down stereotypes that Australians do not make great footballers.
The Everton midfielder and South African Steven "Schillo" Pienaar were instrumental in David Moyes' side seriously challenging for a place in the European Champions League next year, but lost out to Tottenham Hotspur, who finished fourth on the log.
Cahill started his career in English football with Millwall in 1998 where he soon endeared himself to the "Lions" fans.
He left Millwall for Everton before the start of the 2004-05 season, where he has been a hit.
Despite moving to the Toffees, he retained his respect for Millwall, which was evident when he scored the winning goal against them at the Den in the FA Cup, where he did not celebrate, stating that "I decided not to go mad and just pay my respects to the club that gave me my start in the game. To celebrate would have been a kick in the teeth. It is all about respect."
It has been argued that no Australian player has had such an impact since Harry Kewell, whose heroics led Leeds United to the European Champions League semifinals.
The Socceroos will definitely not find the going easy in a group comprising Germany, Serbia and Ghana.
As a matter of fact, some critics have already written them off and said they'll be back in Australia soon after the tournament kicks off, but with their fighting spirit and sheer determination the Cahill-led Aussies could cause a few surprises in the World Cup.