1. Yohan Cabaye was started his career in football by joining the hometown local team Tourcoing FC at age six.
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2. Yohan Cabaye joined Newcastle during the summer from French champions Lille.
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9. Yohan Cabaye appeared in four of the five matches France contested as the nation won the competition; its 6th UEFA U-19 Championship title.
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17. On 10 July 2015, Yohan Cabaye joined Premier League team Crystal Palace, on a three-year contract for a club record, but undisclosed, fee.
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19. Yohan Cabaye was instrumental in the team's advancement to the 2011 Coupe de France Final appearing in all five matches the team contested, four of them as a starter.
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21. Yohan Cabaye consistently appeared with the team in the league and Champions League before suffering a relapse of his previous ankle injury in a league match against Le Mans in March 2007.
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22. Midway through the season, Lille and Yohan Cabaye reached an agreement on a two-year contract extension, which was to expired in June 2010.
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27. Yohan Cabaye was called up to the senior team for the first time under coach Claude Puel in November 2004.
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34. Yohan Cabaye is a French professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder for UAE club Al-Nasr and formerly for the France national team.
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