A versatile and hard working player who went on to play the best part of over 160 games for Nottingham Forest, Radi Majewski is someone who will be remembered by many a fan.
Originally signing for the club back in the summer of 2009 from Polish side Polonia Warsaw on a season long loan, Majewski was clearly a player that Forest had big plans for, particularly as they had inserted an option to buy in the deal for a fee of £1 million.
The attacking midfielder would go on to score some memorable wonder goals in red and white over the course of that season, thus seeing the Reds make the deal permanent in May 2010.
However in his latter seasons at the club, the Pole found his game time limited by the emergence of Lewis McGugan, which ultimately kept him out of the team.
He did however flourish under the re-appointed Billy Davies, with his goals and creativity earning himself a place in the Poland national team for their World Cup qualifiers against Ukraine and San Marino in 2013.
However Majewski’s fruitful Forest spell came to an end in the summer of 2014 as he was loaned out to Huddersfield Town, in a spell that would end with the Pole only making nine appearances for the Terriers across all competitions.
The midfielder was released by Forest not long after and in the end signed for Greek side Veria NPS as he aimed to get his career back on track.
A full season under his belt on the continent and a return to form earnt the player a move back to his homeland in Poland with Lech Poznan.
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It was there that Majewski enjoyed one of the best spells of his career as he notched up an impressive 14 goals and 17 assists in 79 games for the Ekstraklasa side.
This then led to a move to another Polish side in Pogon Szczecin, where he enjoyed another solid spell before injury curtailed his progress.
He then took the shock decision to move to Australia to play for Western Sydney Wanderers on a one year contract.
However after playing three games in a cup competition for the club, the midfielder suffered an Anterior cruciate ligament and Medial collateral ligament injury in his right knee during training following a collision with Dylan McGowan.
This was a massive setback for Majewski, with the player later blaming McGowan for causing it.
Following the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and his failure to feature in an A-League match for Western Sydney Wanderers, the midfielder signed for Polish side Wieczysta Krakow in sixth tier as he looks to see out his playing career closer to his family and hometown.
Majewski certainly gave some Forest fans some moments that they will never forget over the years and they will certainly wish him all the best in his future endeavours once he hangs up his boots.