Keith CASSELLS

Keith Cassells - Southampton FC - League appearances for The Saints.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 06 November 1982

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    • POSITION
      Forward
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Wednesday, 10 July 1957
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      London, England.
  • CLUBS
  • Southampton FC
    • Club Career Dates
      1982-1983
    • League Debut
      Tuesday, 13th April 1982 in a 1-0 defeat at Swansea City (Aged: 24)
    • Club Career
      13 League apps (+6 as sub), 4 goals
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Keith CASSELLS - Southampton FC - League appearances for The Saints.

Keith Cassells joined the Saints from Oxford United at the same time as Mark Wright.

He scored his first goals for the club when grabbing a brace in a 5-5 thriller against Coventry City

at the Dell on 4th May 1982. He was never able to establish himself as a first team regular and

moved on to Brentford in February 1983. Keith is pictured above during the match against

Manchester City on 6th November 1982.

 


Watford:   1978-1979     Played   3     Scored   0   goals   (Division 3)
     1979-1980     Played   7     Scored   0   goals   (Division 2)
 
Peterborough Utd.:   1979-1980     Played   8     Scored   0   goals   (Division 4)   (on   loan   1/1980)
 
Watford:   1980-1981     Played   2     Scored   0   goals   (Division 2)
 
Transferred in November 1980
 
Oxford Utd.:   1980-1981     Played   18     Scored   3   goals   (Division 3)
     1981-1982     Played   27     Scored   10   goals   (Division 3)
 
Transferred in March 1982
 
Southampton:   1981-1982     Played     6     Scored   2   goals   (Division 1)
     1982-1983     Played   13     Scored   2   goals   (Division 1)
 
Transferred to Brentford in February 1983

1983–1985   Brentford 86 (29)

1985–1989    Mansfield Town 163 (52)

 

Before becoming a professional footballer, Cassells worked as a postman.

After his retirement from football in 1989, he joined the Hertfordshire

Constabulary and rose to the rank of detective sergeant. He was awarded

the Police Long Service and Good Conduct Medal in 2011