Biography Intro: Agu Casmir is a retired professional football player from Singapore.
NAME: Agu Casmir
DATE OF BIRTH:23 March 1984
PLACE OF BIRTH:Lagos, Nigeria
CAREER AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: Agu burst onto the football scene with Woodlands Wellington FC in 2002, scoring a remarkable 27 goals as an 18-year-old. He followed that up with another 15 goals the next year. In 2004 and 2005, playing for Young Lions, he scored a total of 31 goals. He returned to Woodlands Wellington FC last year and scored 17 times, before joining Gombak United FC at the start of the current 2007 S.League season.
On 19 September 2007, Agu Casmir’s 86th-minute goal for the Gombak United FC, which cancelled out Home United FC Kone Hamed’s 18th-minute opener, was his 100th in the S.League.
At the end of the 2007, Gombak United decided not to renew his contract and thus. Nevertheless, when the FIFA World Cup 2010 qualifier game against Lebanon loomed, he trained with one of his former club, Young Lions to keep his fitness at peak condition to be eligible for a call up to the national team.
He didn’t play for the large part of 2008 due to being clubless, but in August 2008, Malaysian club PDRM FA signed him together with Noh Alam Shah. But controversially, he was released after just 3 games, without any goals to his name. Gombak United again came to re-sign him in 2009.
Agu spent the 2011 season playing for Persija Jakarta in the Indonesian Super League. On 5 December 2011, it was announced that he would be joining the Singapore LIONSXII team that would be returning to the Malaysian Super League for the 2012 season.