Chris Cohen remains a loved figure on the banks of the Trent after a memorable 11-year stay at Nottingham Forest.
The 32-year-old arrived at the City Ground from Yeovil Town in 2007 as a fresh-faced 19-year-old, and went on to help Forest win promotion from League One that year.
Cohen went on to make over 300 appearances for the Reds, playing under several managers and going through plenty of highs and lows with the East Midlands club.
Injuries plagued Cohen during his time at Forest, and there was always a case of ‘what if’ after troubling spells on the sidelines rather halted his career and his progress.
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The midfielder always wore his heart on his sleeve for the club, and he still remains an adored figure at the City Ground.
Members of the Nottingham Forest Crew News page on Facebook have been discussing Cohen, who has since retired from the game.
They have been sharing their favourite memories of the midfielder, and here, we take a look at what they had to say…
Oliver Goodman: That goal against West Brom in the 3 1 win u reds
Gary Russell: That goal against Ipswich…What a relief
Chris Watson: That tackle against Burnley…
Andrew Marshall: For me the Ipswich goal that kept us in the championship I’ll never forget
Chris Hill: The goal against Ipswich
Justin Munday: The awesome goal against Ipswich
Scott Marley Pickard: The Blackpool goal was lovely, but the goal against Ipswich was a massive relief! Loved him as a player so much I named my son Cohen!