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Loic Remy | Forward

Team: Chelsea
Age / DOB:  (28) / 1/2/1987
Ht / Wt:  6'0" / 146

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Loic Remy and Pedro remain out for week 10.
Remy and Pedro missed Chelsea's midweek clash in the Champions League and the injury situation "has not changed" for Jose Mourinho. The Blues will likely start Willian and Eden Hazard once again, and both seem to be good choices against a mediocre West Ham side. Remy and Pedro's injuries are not expected to be serious and both have a chance to return in week 11. Oct 23 - 4:28 PM

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Loic Remy and Pedro have both been ruled out of Chelsea's midweek clash against Dynamo Kiev.

Chelsea face Kiev in the Champions League in midweek and both Remy and Pedro have small injuries that won't allow them to play. This doesn't seem as a Mourinho trick as both players have reportedly remained in London. With Pedro out, one of Oscar or Eden Hazard will likely start in midfield, while Diego Costa will remain in his starting striker position.
Oct 19 - 11:00 AM

Loic Remy and Radamel Falcao are battling for a start during Diego Costa's suspension.

With Costa suspended, both Remy and Falcao are ready to make an impact at Chelsea. Remy said earlier this week that he would love to face his old club this is shaping up like the perfect revenge game. It's risky to use either striker in leagues that lock at the first match kickoff, but in leagues where you can make changes up until kickoff of the Chelsea match, feel free to fire up Remy or Falcao.
Sep 25 - 11:09 PM

New York Red Bulls pulled off a 4-2 win against defending Premier League champions Chelsea, with all four goals coming in the second half.

A rude welcome for the visiting Blues, who got the scoring started when Loic Remy latched on to a pass from Oscar inside the area and had plenty of time to slot home. Something happened at the half though and the Red Bulls, fielding a side made up mainly of academy players, came out firing with three unanswered goals between the 51st and 73rd minute. Chelsea did not sub in fringe players either: Eden Hazard, John Terry, Nemanja Matic and Diego Costa all came on for the second frame. Hazard would score to cut the Red Bull advantage to one, but the hosts would grab a fourth goal late to seal the points.
Source: The Guardian
Jul 22 - 10:21 PM

Palace could be back in the race for Chelsea front-man Loic Remy as Chelsea agree to let him go…

Reports in Turkey have stated that Chelsea agreed a deal to let striker Loic Remy go to Besiktas, but the player is yet to agree to the switch. This will alert Palace who can not only offer Remy the chance to stay in London, but the chance to link-up with former Newcastle boss Alan Pardew and captain Yohan Cabaye. A top class striker has always been the top priority for Palace as they look to kick-on from their consecutive 11th and 10th place PL finishes. Remy would fit the bill and looks to have relegated to third choice again at Chelsea, following their capture of Ramadel Falcao. Regular first-team football will also be vital if Remy is to feature for France in the Euros at the end of the season. Something you suspect Pardew might mention should it reach the negotiation stage…
Jul 12 - 6:14 AM

Palace are reconsidering their move for Loic Remy after Chelsea slap a £15 million price tag on the French striker…

The move looked a distinct possibility when Chelsea agreed the loan deal for Falcao. A move that possibly relegates Remy to third choice at Stamford Bridge, or at best squabbling for second choice behind Diego Costa. Remy started just six PL matches last season, most of his contributions coming as a late substitute for Didier Drogba. And with Euro 2016 looming Remy will relish the opportunity to get maximum minutes in the pitch. His pedigree is proven and manager Pardew knows him well from his time at Newcastle, where he produced arguably the best form of his career – hitting 14 goals in 24 matches. His reported £80k a week wages are not a problem, but a £15 million transfer fee for a 28 year old with limited sell-on value might prove a stumbling block.
Source: Telegraph
Jun 19 - 5:05 AM

The chances of Loic Remy leaving Chelsea are increasing by the minute.

Chelsea are reportedly getting closer and closer to signing Radamel Falcao and if they are able to do that, Loic Remy might be on the way out. The combination of Remy wanting playing time and Chelsea needing to balance the books might send the player to another club. SkyBet has West Ham leading the race to sign Remy with odds of 5/6 with Crystal Palace coming in second at 4/1. Sunderland, Southampton, and Swansea are also in the running with odds of 10/1 or higher. Remy's fantasy value will increase greatly if he moves away from Stamford Bridge and it will depend heavily on where he ends up.
Source: Sky Sports
Jun 14 - 6:26 AM

Loic Remy scored twice to give Chelsea one last win in the Premier League this season, this time a 3-1 win over Sunderland.

The Blues finish the season with 87 points and an eight point lead on Manchester City but it could have easily been more if they didn't get complacent in the last couple of weeks. Loic Remy showed he possesses the quality needed at the top level as he's done all season when filling in for the injured Diego Costa. Costa also scored today and the Chelsea striker force goes into next season healthy and in form. The Blues are already the favorites for the title next season and Costa and Remy will be big part of their run.
Source: Sky Sports
May 24 - 11:50 AM

Loic Remy will be available for week 35 as Chelsea host Crystal Palace.

We don't know who will start for the Blues so it's recommended to avoid their forwards in formats where you can't make changes past the first match lineup lock. In daily leagues and leagues where you can make changes up to each individual kickoff, the starting Chelsea forward, whether it is Loic Remy or Didier Drogba, will have good fantasy value.
May 1 - 4:46 PM

Loic Remy remains questionable for gameweek 33 with a calf injury.

Jose Mourinho stated today that he "doesn't know" if Remy will be fit for the derby against Manchester United this weekend but has a better than 50/50 chance. That tells us almost nothing about who will start against Manchester so we would recommend avoiding both Remy and Didier Drogba in leagues where the lineups lock at the first match. Hopefully Remy plays at least some part of this match and is then nailed on as a starter for the double gameweek coming up in week 34.
Apr 17 - 6:04 PM

Loic Remy was a surprise omission from the Chelsea squad after picking up a muscle injury during the build-up to Sundays’ derby at Loftus Road.

Remy was touted as the player to carry Chelsea to the Premier League title during the absence of Diego Costa but a kick to the calf in training on Saturday ruled the Frenchman out of GW32. Initial reports indicate the problem is only impact which should see a return for visit of Manchester United although if further tests do reveal a strain then the striker could spend weeks on the sidelines. Isaiah Brown who was in Switzerland for the under-19s [UEFA Youth League tournament] was flown back to take his place on the bench. Jose Mourinho is hoping Diego Costa will be available for the Crystal Palace game in early May.
Source: Sports Mole
Apr 12 - 9:19 AM

Jose Mourinho has showered Loic Remy with praise ahead of an increased role that comes as a result of Diego Costa's injury.

Costa has been ruled out for at least two weeks and Loic Remy will be the guy leading the Chelsea line in his absence. Mourinho has boosted the youngster's confidence ahead of week 32, noting that Remy has netted two match winners in the past two games. Chelsea create enough chances for their strikers to make Remy into a great fantasy option in the upcoming weeks. To top off is value, Chelsea face QPR next in what should be an easy win. Use Remy with confidence until Costa returns.
Source: Sky Sports
Apr 8 - 9:58 AM

Thibaut Courtois was indebted to Loic Remy after his late winner extended Chelsea's Premier League lead over Manchester City to six points.

It was extraordinary game at the KC Stadium as Chelsea blew a 2-0 lead against a spirited Hull City only to take the three point thanks to substitute Loic Remy. The away side took the lead inside two minutes as Eden Hazard went on a trademark weaving run before hitting a fine strike from 20 yards out. It was two by the ninth minute as Diego Costa scored another superb individual goal, but Hull fought back with two goals of their own in the space of 74 seconds as Ahmed Elmohamady slid the ball home and before Abel Hernandez took advantage of an error by Courtois to level things up. The score remained the same until Remy replaced the injured Costa and the substitute scored within a minute of coming on to seal a 3-2 victory which keeps the Blues six points clear of Manchester City with a game in hand. Hull remain 16th, but they can be proud of their performance; keep this level of effort and they will stay out of trouble.

Chelsea and Manchester City settled for a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge today.

Chelsea opened up the scoring in the 41st minute after an incredible combination that started with Branislav Ivanovic. Ivanovic played a great ball across the pitch to Hazard, who was able to lay it through right in front of goal with just a touch where Loic Remy finished calmly. Just minutes later, David Silva equalized after deflecting a Sergio Aguero shot. Things were quiet in the second half and Chelsea chose to defend and settle for a point. It's a good result for the London club as they were missing Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas and currently have a five point lead on top of the table.
Source: Sky Sports
Jan 31 - 2:30 PM

Chelsea are expected to be without Loic Remy for this weekends’ trip to Old Trafford as the striker hobbled to the sidelines moments after he opened the scoring in Tuesday nights’ UEFA Champions League victory over Maribor.

The summer signing from QPR was starting his second consecutive game in the absence of Diego Costa [hamstring] while Didier Drogba is still regaining match-fitness following his recovery from an ankle injury. Prior to the game Mourinho had envisaged his Ivorian striker would complete around 30 minutes, however with the potential loss of Remy and Costa for game week nine tonights’ extended run out [75 minutes] could stand Drogba in good stead for his first league start since returning to the Bridge from Galatasaray. If a post-match assessment confirms Loic Remy has indeed suffered a muscle tear then the French international can expect at least two weeks out meaning he would miss the upcoming games against Manchester United and Liverpool.
Source: Goal
Tue, Oct 21, 2014 06:12:00 PM