Tamir Cohen

Tamir Cohen

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Tamir Cohen (; born 4 March 1984 in Tel Aviv) is an Israeli football midfielder who last played for Bolton Wanderers. He is the son of the late Maccabi Tel Aviv and Liverpool player Avi Cohen.

Club career

Early career

Cohen started his career in Maccabi Tel Aviv's youth team where in 2001–02 he won the double. His first game in the Israeli Premier League was in November 2002 during Maccabi's 1–0 win over Bnei Yehuda Tel Aviv, when he came on as a substitute. He scored his first goal against Maccabi Petah Tikva in a 2–1 in the Toto Cup, where he scored the winning goal.

On 11 January 2007 Cohen moved to Maccabi Netanya.

Bolton Wanderers

On 1 January 2008 he transferred to English club Bolton Wanderers for a fee of £39,000. He made his Bolton debut in the 1–0 FA Cup defeat to Sheffield United, wearing the squad number 25, previously occupied by Abdoulaye Faye. His first Premiership goal was scored on 2 March 2008 in a match against his father's former club Liverpool at the Reebok stadium, which ended in a 3–1 win for Liverpool. <!---Please do not change the result of this game to 3-2. This refers to the game in March 2008, not the game in August 2009-->The 25-year-old made 11 appearances in his first season in English football.

In the 2008/2009 campaign, Cohen played a peripheral role for Bolton Wanderers this campaign with a longstanding thigh injury keeping him out of action for over five months. The Israeli man eventually returned to the first team...
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