Mini Cooper from Botswana becomes the first-ever Tswana to be transferred to Elite Lusaka Dynamos. The Elite have shared an impressive shred of vast player transfers across the continent.
Mini Cooper full name Mothusi Cooper accounts for many transfers to Lusaka Dynamos that include Botswana among the 19 countries so far.
Here is the statement on the player transfer matter from the Elite
Lusaka Dynamos wishes to confirm that is has agreed terms and signed a permanent transfer agreement with Township Rollers of Botswana for the signature of mercurial Tswana midfielder Mothusi ‘Mini’ Cooper.
The attacking midfielder, who has since signed a 2-year deal with an option for a year, moves to the Lusaka outfit on the 1st of January 2021 and will be available for the league match against Green Eagles on 9th January in Lusaka.
Mini Cooper is a full international for the Zebras of Botswana, having made his senior debut in 2019 and was an integral part of the squad which reached the 2019 COSAFA Cup final. He has starred in all games against Chipolopolo over the last 2 years making him a fan favourite on both sides of the Kazungula Bridge.
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At club level, The Elite become the 23-year-old’s third club after be featured for Extension Gunners from 2017 before he joined Rollers the following year.
Cooper, who becomes the first-ever Tswana player to feature in the Zambian Super League, has been scouted by Lusaka Dynamos for close to two years and fits in the style of play and age-range of Lusaka Dynamos midfield of Marvin Jere, Duncan Otieno, Willy Stephanus, Emmanuel Haabasimbi and Collins Sikombe.
This means Botswana is now the 19th nationality for a player signing for Lusaka Dynamos in the last 3 years after players from Brazil, Togo, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Congo Brazzaville, Congo DR, Malawi, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Brazil, Uganda, South Sudan, Kenya, Namibia, Sierra Leone, Cameroun and Burundi.
Welcome to north of the Zambezi River and lets conquer the MTN/FAZ Zambia Super League.