Yaser Kasim came through the Spurs youth system, but the midfielder was released to go on to play for Brighton and Hove Albion and Swindon Town.
It was the summer of 2010 that Spurs failed to offer Yaser a new deal and he left to play in the Brighton squad, making the bench as an unused sub within a month. However, despite signing an extended contract to the summer of 2011 and making a start in the side, he was sent out on loan to Luton Town in July 2012 and then Macclesfield Town on 8th February 2012.
When released by the Seagulls in May 2013, Kasim then resurfaced at Swindon Town, where a core of Spurs youth players, signed permanently or on loan, were brought together by club director Lee Power. A powerful defensive midfielder, Yaser is a tough opponent, getting in tackles to break up moved and then instigate attacks of Swindon's own. While valued by the Robins, he was part of the side relegated to League Town and Jutsin Edinburgh was quick to snap the tenacious midfielder up on a free transfer for Northampton Town.