Cabaye broke through in 2005 at Lille, the club where he also enjoyed his training. After 7 seasons in the first team at the Northern French club, he captured the French national title. Then he left for Newcastle.
In England, the creative midfielder would complete three seasons before landing a top transfer to PSG. There he could never establish himself as titular, but he did play champion twice.
In 2015 he returned to England and played three more years with Crystal Palace. After another year in the desert at Al-Nasr, he played his last year in Saint-Etienne, with which he beat AA Gent in the Europa League last season.
Cabaye had been without a club since last summer. Article link https://www.news1.news/news/2021/02/former-french-international-cabaye-hangs-football-boots-on-hook-ligue-1.html
The 48-time French international announced today that he is calling it quits. “To some this choice may seem logical, yet it hurts to make this decision,” he wrote in a letter on Twitter.
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