MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 27: Levi Casboult of the Blues looks dejected after a loss during the 2018 AFL round six match between the Western Bulldogs and the Carlton Blues at Etihad Stadium on April 27, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Former Hawthorn premiership player Campbell Brown has suggested Carlton should give up on playing forward Levi Casboult.

Casboult’s last game for Carlton came in Round 18 against Hawthorn, and Brown spoke to SEN’s The Sunday Recovery, and said that should be his last ever game in Carlton colours.

“Tell me if I’m being a little bit harsh on this guy, but if I’m Carlton, I don’t play Levi Casboult again,” Brown said.

“You’ve got Paddy Kerr there, you’ve got Charlie Curnow, Tom De Koning and Harry McKay. Levi Casboult, solid citizen for them over the journey, he played 10 games this year and kicked 12 goals.

“It’s not like he’s a goal kicking machine and he’s not where the Carlton footy club need to go at the moment.

“He’s injury prone and he’s unpredictable and remember only last year he was asking for a massive contract.”

If the Blues listen to Brown and failed to hand Casboult another senior game, he’ll finish his Carlton career with 117 goals from 104 games.