After moving to Germany last season and scoring in his first game for 1860 Munich, things have not gone well for Kenny Cooper over the last year.
And you can add another setback in his life as Cooper broke his ankle in one of his first preseason practices today for 1860 Munich. It looks like Cooper will be out for the next three months.
After scoring in his first game, he scored twice more over his next 11 games before injuring his patellar tendon last November.
Cooper then made the move to English League One club Plymouth Argyle in late January on a loan with an option to buy him out at the end of the season, which Plymouth Argyle did not use, as Cooper played a grand total of seven games, all while coming off the bench.
h/t – Ives