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Paul Caddis

Full Name Paul Caddis
DOB 19 April 1988
Place of Birth Irvine, Scotland
Nationality Scotland
Position Right Back, Right Midfield
Blues Playing Statistics
Total League Appearances 149
Total Appearances 159
League Goals 15
Total Goals 16
Birmingham City Debut against Peterborough United 01 September 2012
Birmingham City Debut goal against Barnsley 30 November 2013
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Positive Intent from Paul Caddis

It must be hard to be a player who has been completely bombed from a football squad. I know people will talk about how they wouldn’t mind sitting on their backside for a few thousand quid a week but I can’t help but feel that I’d think my life was wasting away in front of me in that position.

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Save the Saviour?

Paul Caddis completed 90 minutes today for Blues Development Squad as they won their PDL clash with Ipswich 3-2 at Playford Road. The full-back has only featured in the first team once this season, playing wide right in the 1-0 extra time loss to Oxford United in the EFL Cup.

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Ennui – Oxford Reflections

Birmingham City slipped to an embarrassing 1-0 defeat after extra time to League One side Oxford United in the EFL Cup last night. A 120th minute goal from Liam Sercombe was all that separated the two sides and came just as the match looked to be headed for penalties.

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GAMEDAY – Oxford United Preview

Birmingham City take on Oxford United at St Andrew’s this evening in the EFL League Cup, hoping not to fall to the League One side at the first hurdle.

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The Bromsgrove Pulis – Cardiff Reflections

Birmingham City started their league campaign at St Andrew’s with a goalless draw against Cardiff City. In a game where chances for the home side were at a premium, it once again took the introduction of some of the younger members of the squad for Blues to look like scoring.

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GAMEDAY: Blues v Cardiff Preview

The EFL Championship returns to St Andrew’s with the visit of Cardiff City today. Gary Rowett will be looking for a solid start from his squad against a team who will be hoping to end the season at least in the playoff mix.

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The Caddis Controversy

As the season draws it near one thing that seems to have been prevalent over Blues pre-season campaign has been Gary Rowett’s stubborn insistence on playing any other right-back than Paul Caddis. The Scottish defender has racked up 149 league appearances for Blues but there is no guarantee his 150th will come on Saturday against Cardiff.

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Postcards from Edinburgh

Birmingham City have travelled north of the border to take on Hibernian in a friendly as part of their pre-season buildup. A squad of 20 players have travelled as Rowett starts to put together firm preparations for the start of the Championship season.

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The Tiendalli Question

Dwight Tiendalli remains in the Blues squad as they travel to Gloucestershire to face National League side Forest Green Rovers in their second pre-season friendly. Tiendalli was originally on a week’s trial with Blues while the first team squad were playing in Marbella but the Dutchman has seen that extended by at least a fortnight to allow him to play in two warm-up games.

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Blues Convincingly Win First Friendly

Birmingham City were 3-1 victors in their first pre-season friendly against Solihull Moors at the Automated Technology Group Stadium last night. A brace from Clayton Donaldson and a close range finish from Diego Fabbrini in the first half took the game away from the hosts who replied in the second with a good finish from one of their seven trialists.

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