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Fans Thank Tim

by Daniel Alston @efc_danalston

On Monday we confirmed agreement has been reached with Major League Soccer for the transfer of Tim Cahill to the New York Red Bulls.

The announcement led to the Club receiving a wealth of messages across our official social media channels paying tribute to Tim and his magnificent efforts in the Royal Blue jersey since his arrival from Millwall in 2004.

Evertonians can leave their comments at the foot of this article, on the Club's official Facebook page and also by tweeting our Twitter account.

Here is a selection of the messages received so far:

[FB]Ged Spellman
Best wishes to you Tim for your future in the U.S.A. Watch out all you M.L.S cornerflags!!! come back and visit in the close season 'cos you are a true blue hero and a living derby legend![/FB]

[FB]Martin Gibbons
Great evertonian, great player, top bloke, good luck and don't be a stranger at Goodison.[/FB]

[FB]Derek Etid Egan
Good luck Tim, you've been a Great Evertonian!! Loved every minute watching play for us![/FB]

[FB]John Donnelly
Good luck Tim.. A real ambassador for us on and off the pitch!![/FB]

[FB]Debbie Bellis
Timmy Cahill the ultimate professional moyes's best ever signing All the best timmy a true blue ![/FB]

[FB]Gareth Morris
Nice one Tim, always remember the goal smashed into the top corner against Newcastle to clinch 4th spot an a shot at CLQ .. Good luck mate, give a few corner flags in the USA a good punching .... NSNO legend[/FB]

[FB]Alan Barnes
Bet Chelsea are glad to see the back of Tim, he will be held in the same esteem as Alan Ball, Duncan Ferguson, Peter Reid.... a legend and ALWAYS will be welcomed back & loved by Evertonians.[/FB]

[FB]Andy Hudson
he gave his all to the club. He came in and no-one was sure of what he could do for us and wow look what he did for us. Thank you tim for all those wonderful memories and goals. Enjoy playing in the US and hope to see you back here at goodison one day.[/FB]

[FB]Ed McCosh
The first time the corner flag celebration came out....0-0 against the Mackems, New Year's Day, 89 minutes gone. And up pops Timmy with a trademark goal and the to-be-trademark celebration. Class.[/FB]

[FB]Elliott Cuff
Living, breathing legend! The door will always be open at goodison for you Timmy! Sad to see you go but you will remain in the hearts of all Evertonians forever! Good luck Tim![/FB]

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