|Full name||Leonard John Casey|
|Date of birth||24 May 1931|
|Place of birth||Hackney, England|
|Playing position||Wing half|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
Leonard John Casey (given birth to 24 Might 1931) can be an British retired footballer who all played being a wing half. He played nonleague soccer for Barking, using in the Beginner Glass semi-final, before leaving to attempt his National Provider. On his come back in 1952 he joined Leyton before joining Chelsea in 1954. He spent four years at Stamford Bridge, producing 34 league performances. Casey was used in Plymouth Argyle in 1958 and produced 24 performances in the club’s Third Department title winning advertising campaign. He produced 20 performances in the next Division the next period, but his last two periods with the membership had been blighted by damage, with his just two appearances to arrive the League Glass, ten months aside. He retired in 1961, having produced 48 appearances in every tournaments for Argyle.
Plymouth Argyle Soccer League Third Department: 1958–59