Remy won’t be enough to lead Arsenal to the title next season

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Why he can’t be the only addition at Arsenal this summer

Date: 5th May 2014 at 7:01pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

A few years ago it would have been easier to see what the fuss was about. Loic Remy was (and still is) a smart forward, combining intelligence in the final third with the kind of pace that can cause havoc among most centre-back pairings. The interest in the former Marseille striker was understandable considering his maturing into one of France’s leading forwards. He had a consistent supply of goals to his game, while the comparisons to Thierry Henry made it easy to build his reputation as an exciting striker set for the big time in Europe. Remy is 27, and thus far his highest standing in European football has been at the Stade Velodrome, where he last competed in Uefa’s top competition in the 2011/12 season. During that campaign, Remy failed to score against Arsenal, Inter and Bayern. Since his move to QPR in January 2013, Remy has been ... Read More


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