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- At first, I prefer explain my set in a global view, not to describe all stats one after one. Rémy is an athlet, he is a poacher too, a very fast player who react quickly and always running on the lines to find the good space. He is a nervous player on the good words. He is good on aerial challenges too. I find him with a good combination of Aggression, Speed and Response to make him realistic on game.
Att: Remy is a great scorer with a good intelligence in his offensive actions (more than 15 goals all last 3 season). This year he is at 9 goals...
TS/Acc: Rémy is one of the faster stricker on the world, great speed, a little like Henry few years ago. He doesn't use it everytime but we can see it when he has space.
Resp: Like I said, he react very quickly into the box, he is a nervous player who will shoots on a little time after receiving the ball. He's also running everywhere, coming from the side and then going into the box.
Agi/DA/DS/Tech: Rémy can make good runs and fix players with his good dribble, he uses more his speed and his quick body movements to fix players, that's why I give him 88 DS and 85 Agi. But he put the ball far of his feet and sometimes his close control can't deserve more for now. His first touches a nice too, a 82 Tech is enough for him.
SA/SP/ST: Altough he can scores beautiful goals on bad posiitons, Rémy is unagile in his shoots, he is more a nervous player with a quick reaction into the box. He has a good power on his shoots and can make good volleys. He's also able to make great culing shot like Henry. This season, he improves a lot his shooting ability and scores more.
Head/Jump: Rémy is a very good player on aerial challenge, he scores a lot with his head this season.
Aggression: He is a very agressive player, always finding space on the lines at the limit, he is a poacher who always go in front of the attack.
Rémy began his career playing for a local youth club in his home city of Lyon. In 1999, he joined the biggest club in the city, Olympique Lyonnais, and spent six years in the club's youth academy. In 2005, he was promoted to the senior team and struggled to establish himself in three seasons under managers Gérard Houllier and Alain Perrin. In 2008, he was loaned out to RC Lens and, after a successful stint, was purchased by OGC Nice ahead of the 2008–09 season. With Nice, Rémy flourished in the lead striker role scoring over 25 goals in his two years with the club. In 2010, after enduring interest from several clubs domestically and abroad, Rémy joined the defending champions Marseille on a five-year contract. The transfer had initially been put on hold due to medical issues. He played 111 games for Marseille and score 42 goals.