Date: 17th August 2012 at 11:47am
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Former Swindon Town captain Paul Caddis has told the BBC today he is ready to resume his Swindon Town career.

Caddis admitted that he fell out with mangaer Paolo Di Canio because he had spent the first week by his partners side following the birth of his child and told Paolo that he had returned to pre-season not as fit as he would have liked to be.

Following this, Di Canio had questioned Caddis` professionalism, something Caddis took exception too but he is keen to draw a line under the situation and move forward.

Speaking to the BBC Caddis believed he had lost his chance at being captain station, ‘Under the current manager? I don’t know. I think he’s made the decision,’

‘The quicker I learn to deal with it the better. I like responsibility but the band has been passed on to Macca and I’ve got to respect him. I’ve just got to move on now.

Caddis finished the interview stating, ‘I don’t want a public argument, I just wanted to get my point across.

‘Me and the gaffer had a disagreement but is not the end of the world. We are grown men and we respect each other.

‘Things have been said, actions have been taken and it’s time to move on.’

A full interview with Paul Caddis is available on the BBC Sport Website.

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