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QPR, Remy: "I was forced to leave Marseille"

05.03.2013 07.19 by Marco Gori  read 2259

QPR forward Loic Remy has declared: "I wanted to finish the season in Marseille and then look elsewhere. I got a chill when I saw that the leaders had made their decision behind my back. When I heard that, I was a little disappointed. They have told me at the last moment, I was hurt. My transfer to QPR has surprised many people, but it's in London, with very good conditions. The wage level too, it was interesting. This may be a hindrance to my international career, but I do not see things like that. I will make every effort to maintain the club's status this season".

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