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(From The Northern Echo)
Byline: Craig Stoddart
MARK Cooper became Darlington's latest manager yesterday and immediately vowed to stay for the duration of his contract as he bids to rebuild his own status in the game.
The 41-year-old was installed as a replacement for Ryan Kidd, who resigned on Monday only 12 days after being appointed as successor to Simon Davey.
While Quakers' name has been tarnished in recent weeks thanks to two shock resignations, Cooper's own reputation was harmed during an ill-fated spell at Peterborough United last season.
A disagreement with the Posh hierarchy led to him being sacked in January after only 76 days in the job.
After enjoying successful spells outside the Football League at Tamworth and Kettering, Cooper …