Swindon prepare Caddis loan move


Paul Caddis is set to join Swindon Town on loan until the end of the season.

A deal is expected to be completed by the end of the month that will reunite Caddis with Simon Ferry and Ben Hutchinson.

Swindon boss Danny Wilson said: “Paul is one that we know about and we are hoping to bring him in.

“It won’t happen until the end of January and will hopefully be a loan deal until the end of the season.

“He is a very good player who can play in any position across the back or the middle of the park, and that is perfect for what we want.

“We know where his assets are and what his best positions are, and that is anywhere down the right-hand side.

“It is important for us because we are bare down there. You saw it the other week when Kevin (Amankwaah) had to go off injured, and if anything happened to him again then we could be struggling.”

Swindon are currently sitting in sixth place in League One and were knocked out of the FA Cup after losing 1-0 at Fulham.

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  • Joe McHugh says:

    Caddis is a difficult one to call, the only certainty is that he needs to be playing football. Darren O'Dea's loan to Reading underlined that.

    Caddis is a very good, sharp, lively footballer but possibly a bit lightweight for defence.

    Andreas Hinkel is an equally difficult call. He links well with McGeady going forward but has been caught lacking as a defender, notably with recent goals lost at Motherwell and Hearts.

    Maybe the new look central defence will help bring out the best in Hinkel and Danny Fox.

    The big decision on Caddis this season was playing Mark Wilson at Ibrox, that suggested that Caddis couldn't be played in the big matches, that he wasn't ready in Tony Mowbray's mind.

    If Caddis can make the impression on Swindon that Simon Ferry has then it'll be now or never time for both players next season with their Celtic future's or otherwise certain to be decided by 1 September 2010

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