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|Full name||Keith Barrington Cassells|
|Date of birth||10 July 1957|
|Place of birth||Islington, England|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|1980||→Peterborough United (loan)||8||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Keith Barrington Cassells (born Islington, London 10 July 1957) is a former professional footballer, who spent a year playing for Southampton in the First Division in 1982–1983. He also had spells at Watford, Oxford United, Brentford and Mansfield Town.
Lawrie McMenemy signed Cassells for the Saints from Oxford United in March 1982, at the same time as Mark Wright. He scored his first goals for the club with two in a 5–5 thriller against Coventry City at the Dell on 4 May 1982. He was never able to establish himself as a first-team regular and moved on to Brentford in February 1983.
Brentford and Mansfield
Whilst playing for Brentford it was rumoured that Keith once hit the floodlights with a shot at goal. His final professional club was Mansfield Town, with whom he won the 1987 Football League Trophy Final.
Career after football
On retiring from football, he became a police officer.
He eventually married and had two children, including a daughter Emma.
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