Kevin Cooper (footballer)

Kevin Cooper (Footballer)

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Kevin Cooper (footballer)

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Kevin Cooper (born 8 February 1975 in Derby) is a former English professional footballer. He is Manager of Bedfont Town

Playing career

Cooper began his career as a trainee at Derby County but managed only five first team appearances for the club in total. His league debut came on 7 May 1995, as a substitute in a 2-1 defeat at Watford. In Spring 1997, he found an opportunity for first team football when he was taken on loan at First Division Stockport County.

The midfielder joined the Edgeley Park club permanently in Summer 1997 for £150,000, where he went on to make 173 appearances in total over almost four seasons. He eventually moved to Wimbledon in March 2001 for £800,000. He stayed a year with the Dons, notching his best seasonal goal tally of 10 during the 2001/02 season. However, he ended the season by being signed by his former Stockport manager Dave Jones, by now at Wolverhampton Wanderers, for £1million in March 2002. He won the fans' player of the year award at Wimbledon and was presented with it on the pitch at Molineux playing for his new team.

He joined Wolves primarily to replace the then-injured Mark Kennedy, and played the remainder of the 2001/02 season as Wolves dropped into the play-offs, where they lost to Norwich City, despite Cooper scoring a spectacular long range goal in the second leg. He then featured regularly, although not a first choice player, throughout the following season as the team won...
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