I feel like this is something that really needs to be given more recognition and praise than it already does.
Not to the extent of giving him a statue outside the ground, but perhaps referring to it as ‘Paul Caddis Day’ from now on amongst us fans. Just a little tribute to show not only our appreciation but also to point out the significance of the game and the goal.
I’m talking of course about his famous last-minute equaliser away at Bolton on the final day of the 2013/14 season, a goal that kept the Blues in the division by the barest of margins. Well yesterday marked the 6-year anniversary of that famous moment, and the club commemorated it by posting the footage of it on social media.
What's your favourite final day memory?
Naturally, Blues fans rushed to comment of that famous moment, with some discussing the goal itself, whilst others got rather philosophical discussing the implications surrounding our status at that point.
I still think Zigic’s header crossed the line! Best away day ever! 💙💙💙
— Mrs W (@SarahWhe78) May 3, 2020
Imagine if the ref had given that tackle by Spector as a foul like they usually would 😫😫
— DannyH (@Dannyh1284) May 3, 2020
Blues go down to League 1, get bought out by Brits, rebuild with Rowett as manager and hungry lads, we win League 1 and we’re currently doing a Sheff Utd 6th in the Prem
— Viva CB2 💥 (@vivacb2) May 3, 2020
Waiting for that ball to drop for Caddis OMG. Reminds you why it’s the best game in the world.
— steve hollingsworth (@kestrelblue2012) May 3, 2020
For Blues standards, that's was just another day at the office! 😅
In all seriousnes, I can't even imagine what it would have been (off the field) for the Blues as an organisation, if the unthinkable had happened😢!
— Panos Pavlakis (@PanosInAsia) May 3, 2020
Tatts: "We must not be in this situation again"
Board proceed to continually be absolutely inept since… https://t.co/5n5jo7zSxe
— Adam Hennessey (@9_Hendo) May 3, 2020
What do you think would have happened if that goal doesn’t go in?