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Caddis In Complicated Hold Up

The rumour mill has thrown up a little bit of hope for Blues fans as there have been links made with Paul Caddis, of who has already spent some time on loan with the club.

In the same breathe, Blackpool were also mentioned, this could mean that there will be stiff opposition for Blues to fight should Caddis become availible, even in a loan deal.

Caddis has been increasingly frustrated at his stagnent situation and his patience is surely wearing out. Swindon has insisted they have done nothing to block any potential deals, but trust between Caddis and his club seems to have broken down.

Swindon opted to not give Caddis a squad number, so by default the lad must be up for grabs.

Look at it, there's no way blues can afford a transfer, but with a little bit of funds on the wage bill freed up, can Clark talk the club into spending some of that on a Caddis loan deal?

Swindon don't want the boy, and he could come to Blues and get some more playing time under his belt. Might even bump up a price tag for him next window.

Just a thought, none of this is concrete, but as far as activity goes, I only really see this in the pipeline for Birmingham.

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Writer: Christopher Handy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 2 2013

Time: 11:06AM

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Sam Morshead@SamMorshead_SA .... The Advertiser understands Swindon Town have accepted a bid from Birmingham City for Paul Caddis #stfc
petrol drinker
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02/09/2013 12:42:00

Where has the money come from? Thought we were skint
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02/09/2013 14:23:00

Talksport says bid gone in so thats probably lies, talksport is crap
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02/09/2013 14:47:00

Wish they would get on with it
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02/09/2013 15:15:00

A bid has gone in apparently
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