The Swindon Town’s defender has claimed that chairman Jed McCory is blocking a loan move to Millwall or Birmingham, but what would you do with the ex-Celtic man? Alex Cooke asks.
He was once a Swindon’s captain, a crucial part of a championship-winning team and, crucially, TheWashbag’s nomination for player of the season, but now Paul Caddis is unwanted, unplayed and, according to some, overpaid.
But what should the club do with him? Sell him, swap him, play him? What would be best for the team, Caddis himself, and manager Mark Cooper? Tell us which you’d do, and why, in the comment box below.
Send him out on loan
Chairman Jed McCory seems to be against it, but at least it would get Caddis off the bench and a proportion of his wages off the bill. Should Swindon just accept what they can get?
So far only Blackpool have been interested in taking Caddis permanently but wages seemed to prove a problem. Should Town lower their fees, or Caddis lower his demands?
Pay him off
Town don’t seem in the business of paying off players any more but is it worth just being rid of a disruptive influence?
Caddis has proven himself to be a very good football, able to play in the Championship, so why not get something out of him? Even if there is the potential for injury or even putting scouts off with bad performances while he is ‘in the shop window’?
Let him rot
Should Swindon say that Caddis has to just sit and rot in the reserves? Could his wages not be better used elsewhere in the squad? Perhaps on a striker or defensive cover?
What would you do? Any of these, or something else? Tell us below.