An experienced lower-division fullback who followed Billy
Bremner from Doncaster to Leeds, Caswell's time at Leeds was spent
almost entirely on the treatment table. He had a brief spell on
loan at Wolves but was forced to retire from the professional game
Paul Cooper says: Admittedly, this is not much of a comment, but
I remember Caswell as a Walsall player in the early eighties, in
the days of the old fellows Park ground. My mate met him in a pub
once, and he was sufficiently impressed by the guy to name - wait
for it - his new kitten Caswell. Incidentally, the cat got run over
a few years later exhibiting the same slight lack of pace...
Richard Walker says: He was bloody rubbish.
Darren Thompson says: he looks like a rat and i thought he was i
twat when i worked with him
Ross Stephens says: its ross stephens caz was a top bloke at
shrewsbury and developed me as a player and what a player he use to
be and i was sad to see him go hopefully see him again soon
Dennis Rolls says: I saw Caswell play many times for Walsall and
while he was never to play for England he was well respected.
Whoever Darren Thompson is he is just the sort of guy you like to
have working with you! He is obviously visually and mentally
impaired. Good o ya Brian
Dennis Rolls says: Walsall Historian Geoff Allman calls him
Walsall's greatest ever utility player. Key figure in Walsall's
Milk Cup run of the early 80's. Always looked like he could have
played at a higher level, but only got his chance very late in his
career when he suffered injury.