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Nottingham Forest supporters named Chris Cohen as their Player of the Year for the 2008-09 season.
The midfielder beat Wes Morgan in a fans' poll and succeeds Julian Bennett as winner of the prestigious award.
Julian Bennett was been named Nottingham Forest's Player of the Year for 2007-08.
The powerhouse defender joins a long list of celebrated players who have collected the coveted title.
Bennett's co-defenders Wes Morgan and Kelvin Wilson finished second and third in the poll respectively.
Grant Holt was named Nottingham Forest's 2006-07 'Player of the Year'.
Holt was the Club's leading scorer with 18 goals and beat James Perch into second place and Wes Morgan into third.
Ian Breckin was crowned 2005-06 Nottingham Forest's 'Player of the Year'.
The experienced central defender, who has scored 10 goals, polled 42 per cent of supporters' votes, compared to runner-up Nicky Southall's 18 per cent and Nathan Tyson's 14 per cent.
Breckin is no stranger to awards, having collected crowned 'Player of the Year' titles at all three of his previous clubs.
Paul Gerrard joined distinguished company when he claimed the 2004-5 'Player of the Year' award.
Gerrard was the clear winner of our supporters text poll. He bagged 47 per cent of the votes, beating skipper Gareth Taylor into second place and midfielder Paul Evans into third spot.
Andy Reid was voted Nottingham Forest fans' Player of the Year for 2003-04.
Coming second was Wes Morgan and in third place Matthieu Louis-Jean.
David Johnson was named Nottingham Forest's Player of the Year for the 2002-03 season.
Johnson was the First Division's leading scoring with 26 goals.
Gareth Williams was crowned Nottingham Forest's 'Player of the Year' for the 2001-02 season.
The 20 year old midfielder, who was included in the Scotland squad for the first time, came out on top in our supporters' poll.
Fans voted via website and telephone line and although Jon Olav Hjelde polled more votes on the web, Williams' phone votes proved decisive.