Former Birmingham City utility man joins Bury until the end of the current season.
Scottish international utility player Paul Caddis has joined the Shakers until the end of the season. Caddis, aged 28, joins the club after being released by Birmingham City last month.
Described as a versatile player, Paul Caddis can also play as a winger or as a full back on either side of the field, or across the middle of the pitch.
A product of the Celtic Academy he emerged into their first team in January 2008. Paul would go onto make 24 appearances for the Hoops before joining Dundee United on loan in 2009. After making a handful of appearances at Tannadice, Paul moved south of the border to join Swindon Town in 2010, for whom he made over 90 appearances.
He then moved to St Andrews to join Birmingham City, initially on loan, in August 2012 before the deal became permanent the following September. After making a further 131 appearances, and scoring 15 goals, his time in Birmingham came to an end in January this year when he was released during the transfer window.
Caddis also represented the Scottish under-21 side as captain, before being called into the senior squad in 2016. A player with just under 300 appearances and 22 goals so far, Paul joins the club in time to claim a starting position in today’s game with Charlton Athletic.