TIGER’S EXPERT TO COHEN’S RESCUE
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