|Born||Oct 29, 1975|
|Age||48 years old|
Cédric Rémy was a very attack-minded midfielder, developed at Valenciennes, his hometown. He left his club, who were in free-fall after the bribery scandal surrounding a match against Marseille, to joined Martigues in the Second Division. His career took off whilst there, aged just 21, and he scored 8 goals in his debut season at that level. Gérard Lefillatre spotted a good deal, and signed the player for the 1997/1998 season. Unfortunately, in spite of the faith shown in him by Manager Guy David, he was stopped in his tracks by a serious injury, and spent the entire season on the treatment table. When he returned to fitness, he struggled to find a level worthy of the First Division, and never got the support of new Manager Paul Le Guen. Rémy returned to Martigues in 1999, and went on to finish his career there in National (French 3rd Division).