MARK Cooper enjoyed a “perfect” end to his Weymouth career having left the Terras after a frustrating season. Cooper went on holiday with several Terras’ players and achieved promotion with Melksham Town, who he had been playing for on dual registration. When asked if it was a good way to sign off by heading out…
The FA has placed the names of 137 goalscorers from this season’s competition on the Cup Final ball to be used at the 137th edition of the showpiece fixture. The Ball For All celebrates a selection of players from Step 6 of the National League system through to the Premier League, who all share the…
Defender Mark Cooper has left Weymouth Football Club by mutual consent. We wish him the very best of luck for the future.
WEYMOUTH defender Mark Cooper felt the Terras’ 2-0 FA Cup second qualifying round win over former club Chippenham Town was simply “all about the result”. Cooper, playing in a right wing-back role, scored Weymouth’s second goal against the Bluebirds, who he left earlier this season, and was keen to put “personal things aside”. He told…
Mark Cooper made his 100th appearance for the Terras on Tuesday night. He scored a goal on appearance 101 in today’s FA Cup win against Chippenham. Here he is with Social Media Manager, Josh Barton and Rohan and Cole Knight.
WEYMOUTH assistant-manager Paul Maitland has hailed new signing Mark Cooper as a “proven Southern League full-back” after his move back to the Bob Lucas Stadium from Chippenham Town. Cooper re-joins Weymouth on a permanent basis having agreed terms with the Terras just three months after his initial link-up with the Bluebirds in May. The full-back…
Returning Terra, Mark Cooper, spoke to Josh Barton of theterras.com at the 3-0 win over Dorchester Town yesterday. Josh Barton: Coops, are you pleased to be back? Mark Cooper: Yes, definitely! I always enjoyed my time here and I was always happy to stay here but I had an opportunity to go elsewhere and it didn’t really…
Weymouth Football Club are looking forward to welcoming Mark Cooper back to the club. Mark was Weymouth’s player of the year last season and has rejoined the club from Conference South side Chippenham Town.
PAUL Maitland outlined his respect for departing defender Mark Cooper, insisting “he had been very upfront and honest” with the club since the end of the campaign. Cooper, who is believed to have agreed a deal with Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division champions Chippenham Town, announced via Twitter on Thursday evening that he was set to…
DEFENDER Mark Cooper is the next player to announce that he will not be returning to the Weymouth set-up next season. The full-back, signed by former boss Jason Matthews from Frome Town, took to Twitter to announce his departure this evening. He posted: “It’s with a heavy heart that I will be leaving Weymouth next…
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