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Full name  Caswain Mason
Name  Caswain Mason
Years  Team
Height  5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)

Caswain Mason Caswain Mason Wikipedia
Date of birth  (1978-02-12) February 12, 1978 (age 37)
Place of birth  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Playing position  Attacking midfielder

Caswain Mason (born 12 February 1978) is a Vincentian former footballer who spent the majority of his career in the Canadian Soccer League.


Playing career

Mason began his career with the Toronto Olympians of the Canadian Professional Soccer League in 2000. He would appear in one match against the North York Astros on September 12, 2000, coming on as a substitute for Gus Kouzmanis. In 2001, he went a step higher in his professional career by signing with the Toronto Lynx of the USL A-League. His signing was announced along with the rest of the roster on April 24, 2001. Throughout the season he appeared in 14 matches and recorded one goal. Though the Lynx failed to reach the postseason.

In 2002, he returned to CPSL to sign with the Metro Lions, where in his debut season he helped the club achieve a seven-game undefeated streak and a place in the playoffs; but were eliminated by the Ottawa Wizards the semi-final match. On May 17, 2004, he extended his contract with the Lions for the 2004 season. He was named into the CPSL all-star squad that would face Boavista FC in a friendly match.

The following year he signed with league powerhouse Toronto Croatia, making his debut on May 29, 2005 in a match against Vaughan Shooters. During his tenure with the club he helped the team reach the postseason, but were eliminated in the semi-finals. In 2007, he had a spell overseas with Mahindra United of the I-League. He would return to the CSL to play with the Canadian Lions; making his debut on September 19, 2007 against Trois-Rivieres Attak. In 2008, he signed with CSL powerhouse with the Serbian White Eagles, where he captured the CSL Championship by defeating the Trois-Rivieres in penalties.

International career

Mason made his debut for the Saint Vincent and the Grenadines national football team on May 8, 2004 against Grenada.


Serbian White Eagles
  • CSL Championship: 1
  • References

    Caswain Mason Wikipedia

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