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LONDON (AP) — France striker Loic Remy was finally persuaded to leave Marseille for the Premier League after being challenged to a computer football game by Queens Park Rangers chairman Tony Fernandes. Fernandes spent four hours in transfer talks with Remy before going for a more personal touch by playing "FIFA 12." Remy says "it showed to me what a good person Tony is. He showed his human side...

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