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NOT­TING­HAM For­est cap­tain Chris Co­hen hopes to tee up his come­back by see­ing the spe­cial­ist who saved the ca­reer of golfer Tiger Woods.

The mid­fielder, 27, is off to Amer­ica af­ter For­est owner Fawaz Al Ha­sawi agreed to pay for the trip him­self.

Co­hen, who suf­fered his third cru­ci­ate lig­a­ment in­jury against Derby in Septem­ber, said: “I’m off to Amer­ica to see the man (Thomas Rosen­berg) who fixed Tiger Woods’ knee.

“He works with Real Madrid and lots of the top sports­men in the States. He is some sort of knee guru.

“I am very for­tu­nate Fawaz has of­fered to pay for me to go there, which is un­be­liev­ably kind of him.

“It was a nice ges­ture from him. I did of­fer to pay for some of it and I would have gone any­way, I would have found a way. But the fact that he in­sisted on pay­ing shows the type of guy that he is.

“Hope­fully this will fix things once and for all.”

HOPE: Chris Co­hen

IN­JURY: Tiger Woods

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