War of The Roses
Due to a drop in form he was lined up to be sold to Millwall until a bust up took place between him and Eugene during a match between Charlton and Harchester United. Cass' jealousy of Eugene, his father's other son, mounted which resulted in him enacting a devastating revenge on his brother and ending Eugene's big money move to Liverpool. This tore their friendship apart. Ironically their bust up against Harchester was the first game both brothers wore the same surname on the back of their shirt.
Casper was then loaned out to Millwall for the rest of the season and then in 2001 was sold to Tottenham but only stayed there for one season. In 2002 he joned Italian side Roma in the aftermath of the death of his father and being unable to reconcile with his brother. Although he scored goals for both Spurs and Roma he was inconsistent and was not meeting his potential.
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