Tim Cahill insists that the pressure ahead of their trip to Friday afternoon on Fulham, live on sky sports, as Millwall “wave” on the back of 17 games without defeat in the sky bet championship.
Since they last tasted defeat in the League to Norwich in the New Year, Millwall took 11 wins and six draws, to catapult them up the table and into the play-off spot with three matches to play.
Their run all the more surprising, as Neil Harris, the parties were brought only from the same League last season. Cahill, who returned to the club where it all began for him in January, knows that Fulham are also in great shape how they chase automatic promotion back to the Premier League – could severely dent Millwall playoff dreams on Friday, but having come so far this season, Cahill insists that everything else is a bonus for Millwall.
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“For us it’s just another game,” Cahill told Sky Sports. “Glasses is very important for all. As we prepared for the last 17 games, are not fascinated with how good the opponent is. We have focused on our strengths.
“This is an important game for them, but we will just continue to ride the wave, and if we continue to do what we do, we can cause the disorder.
“It was a bit out of 17 games unbeaten vortex and trust that it brings.
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“It’s pretty quiet. There isn’t a lot of pressure on us. We only got stronger as the game went on. When you look at other clubs, you can see when you look at how much pressure they are under. We just got to enjoy it now. All expectations were exceeded.
“Now the question is whether we can move to another level as a football club and really compete for the playoffs”.
On a personal level, he’s not completely gone to plan Cahill. 38-year-old in League matches this season, but he feels he can pass on his wealth of experience even though.
“To be a senior player, he has always been a business at this stage of the season you understand what results can do for your football club,” added Cahill.
“The reality for these [Millwall] players that it is better not to let them know about the situation, and let to ride the wave. This means players don’t get involved.
“I loved every minute of it. This was my first club and helped me where I am today. It is great to be troops on and off the field for the club, which I love.”