Date: 15th January 2015 at 4:08pm
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Loic Remy joined Chelsea after playing QPR’s first two fixtures of the current Premier League season.

The Frenchman played in The R’s two defeats to Hull City and Tottenham Hotspur. After making the switch across London, Remy scored on his debut for the Blues against Swansea City.

However, after 5 months with Chelsea many football supporters are starting to question whether his move was the right one.

There is generally little room for strikers in Mourinho’s Chelsea as ‘The Special One’ prefers a number of attacking midfielders moving around a lone striker.

Diego Costa could hardly have had a better start at Stamford Bridge and that strong run hardly helped Remy, with the Frenchman struggling to pick up many minutes at all.

In fact, with the help of our friends over at, it is apparent that Remy’s move to Chelsea has led to him getting less minutes in his eight Premier League appearances for the Blues than he did in his two appearances for QPR this season.

If it was a case of playing football alone, Remy’s move was certainly incorrect. However he now has the possibility of playing in the Champions League on a regular basis (should he get picked), and also winning titles.


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