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Rémy Cabella (born 14 February 1990) is a French professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Ligue 1 club Marseille.

Cabella was born in the commune of La Rochelle in the department of Charente-Maritime. His parents are of Martiniquais and Guadeloupean descent. He has two brothers, both of whom are also footballers. His older brother, Jérémy, plays for the reserve team of Ligue 2 club Le Havre and his younger brother, Fabien, plays for Championnat National club Pau.

Cabella began his career with his hometown club, La Rochelle. He spent four years in the club’s youth academy before moving to Ligue 1 club Toulouse in 2006. He spent two years in Toulouse’s youth academy before making his professional debut with the club in 2008.

Cabella spent six seasons with Toulouse, making over 150 appearances for the club and scoring 27 goals. He was a key player for the club, helping them to qualify for the UEFA Europa League in 2011 and 2012.

In 2014, Cabella moved to Newcastle United in the Premier League for a fee of £12 million. He struggled to make an impact at Newcastle and was loaned out to Marseille in 2016. He made his return to Marseille permanent in 2017.

Cabella has represented France at various youth levels. He was a member of the France U-20 team that won the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup. He has also represented France at the 2012 Olympic Games and the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Cabella is a quick and skilful player with good dribbling ability. He is capable of playing as an attacking midfielder or as a winger.

General Info

Full NameRémy Cabella
Height1.71 m
Weight62 kg
ProfessionSoccer Player


ParentsHector Cabella

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The Voice UK2013-2016TV Series 4 episodes
Secrets from the Sky2014TV Series documentary
Made in Chelsea2012-2013TV Series 5 episodes
The World's Strongest Man2011-2012TV Series 15 episodes
Gimme Gimme Gimme1999TV Series 2 episodes
Babes in the Wood1998TV Series 7 episodes
Goodnight Sweetheart1998TV Series 10 episodes
The Vicar of Dibley1994TV Series 3 episodes
Tales from the Poop Deck1992TV Series 6 episodes
Jim Henson Presents the World of International Puppeteering1989TV Series 1 episode
The Stars1988TV Series documentary videotape editor - 2 episodes
Rusalka1986TV Movie

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Get Real1998TV Series editor - 7 episodes
In ExileTV Series editor - 6 episodes, 1998 off-line editor - 1 episode, 1998
Unfinished Business1998TV Series editor: video tape
Summer Season1985TV Series video-tape editor - 1 episode


Rapid Results with Beverley Callard1996Video

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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