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Current England captain, Casey is a Centre half who needs little or no introduction to fans of women’s football. Casey started her career at Chelsea before moving to North London to join Arsenal in 1999. Whilst she was with the Gunners she helped the club win two league titles, the FA Cup, and two League cups. Casey won further honours whilst at Charlton when the club won FA Premier League Women’s cup in 2004, with the club winning the women’s FA Cup a year later. In 2006 the Premier league women’s cup was again won by Charlton, but the club was forced to fold at the end of the 2007 season due to the men’s side relegation from the premiership. Soon after this Casey resigned to return to Chelsea. Her second spell at the Blues included a spell as caretaker player manager during the 2008/09 season. In 2011 Casey joined the Lady Imps for the inaugural FAWSL season.
On the international front Casey has now amassed a total of 105 England caps winning her first against Norway in 2002. During her career she has represented England at both European championships and World Cups. Last summer she led Team GB in the Olympics; scoring in the 3-0 group win over Cameroon in Cardiff. Given all this experience she is the perfect person to lead the Lady Imps team and is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. As well as her playing responsibilities Casey also coaches the clubs under 17s.
A fantastic role model on and off the pitch.
Squad Number: 6
Preferred Foot: Right
Career Highlight: Winning International Player of the year 2007 and 2012
International Player of the year 2007, 2012
FA Cup Winner 2001, 2005
Premier League Winner 2001, 2002
Premier League Cup Winner 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006
European Championship Silver Medalist 2009
World Cup Quarter Finalist 2007
Captaining TEAM GB in London 2012
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