Cooper flies to Morocco to join MC Oujda

Off to Morocco: Mothusi Cooper PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Off to Morocco: Mothusi Cooper PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Zebras' midfielder, Mothusi Cooper is flying out to Morocco today to finalise a deal, reportedly with Botola Pro league side, MC Oujda. Cooper penned a short-term contract with Jwaneng Galaxy late last year and the club has permitted him to travel to Morocco ahead of a potential deal.

As per reports, Botola Pro league side, MC Oujda have invited Cooper to the northeastern city of Morocco for assessment and possibly for becoming the club's latest recruit.
Cooper is in line to become the third local player to play in Morocco after the duo of Kabelo Seakanyeng and Tumisang Orebonye, who are in the books of Olympique Club de Khouribga (OCK). MC Oujda is in a relegation position of 15th of the 16 teams league with half of the league games played. Cooper has previously played in Zambia with Lusaka Dynamos but left the club after he was not paid his dues.

Locally, he has played for Township Rollers and Extension Gunners. He was previously on the radar of SuperSport United as they eyed a replacement for Teboho Moloi, who is likely to move in the January transfer window.
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