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MARSEILLE to get back tracking THEREAU

15.10.2016 17.43 by Claudio Colla  read 725
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After having pursued him during last summer, Olympique Marseille management, according to latest rumours coming from both Italian and French sources, might get back tracking French forward Cyril Thereau (33). Playing in Italian Serie A since 2010/11 (he joined Chievo Verona back then, and moved to Udinese in 2014/15), former Charleroi player, currently on a deal with Zebrette until June 2019, might be tempted to get back to his home country, which he left in summer 2006 (after having been playing for SCO Angers).

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