Cyril Théréau – Official Signed Postcard – ACF Fiorentina

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Cartolina Ufficiale con autografo di Cyril Théréau.

Dimension: 10 Cm x 15 Cm (Appr.) – 4×6 inches (Appr.)

Team: ACF Fiorentina

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Cyril Théréau (born 24 April 1983) is a French professional footballer who plays as a striker. He had previously represented Orléans and Angers in France, Charleroi (two stints) and Anderlecht in Belgium, Steaua București in Romania, and Chievo and Udinese in Italy.
Club career
Early career
At senior level, Théréau started playing for Gap FC in the “Honneur régional” league in France’s seventh tier. He joined fourth-tier side US Orléans in 2004 where he scored 12 goals in 10 matches.
After half a season with Orléans, he moved to Ligue 2-side Angers SCO in the winter transfer period. In his first professional match, a Coupe de France round of 32 tie at Stade Vélodrome on 8 January 2005, he netted the third goal as Angers won 3–2 against Marseille who at the time fielded Fabien Barthez in goal. In his second season at Angers, with whom he had been relegated to the third-division Championnat National, he attained 8 goals in 29 league matches.
In summer 2006, Théréau joined Charleroi. Having bagged three goals in his first four matches, he left the club in the same transfer period.
On 29 August 2006, Théréau signed a four-year contract with Steaua București. The reported transfer fee paid to Charleroi was €1 million while Théréau’s salary multiplied by seven to about €240,000 annually. The move happened after the Steaua’s coach saw him play against Standard Liège and thought he could make a good replacement for the injured Victoraș Iacob. Months after playing in the Championnat National for Angers, Théréau made an appearance in the Champions League being substituted on in the 70th minute in Steaua’s 1–4 win away to Dynamo Kyiv on 13 September 2006. He was used in all six matches in the group stage without scoring as Steaua failed to progress from the group which also included Real Madrid and Lyon. He scored his first hat-trick for Steaua in a win against FC Naţional in the Romanian top division on 12 November 2006. Théréau became a fan favourite at the club and this did not change when he was sent off in the Bucharest derby against Dinamo. In total, he amassed 10 goals in 17 leagues games.
On 26 June 2007, Théréau agreed to a four-year deal with Belgian champions R.S.C. Anderlecht for a transfer fee of about €3 million.
Return to Charleroi
He returned to Charleroi on 14 January 2008, initially on loan. On 29 February 2008, he struck a brace against title contenders Club Brugge. Charleroi secured Théréau’s services permanently on 9 June 2008 on a three-year contract. On 10 March 2010, he reached a hat-trick in a 4–1 defeat of relegation rivals Lokeren – his club’s first win of the year – which all but guaranteed Charleroi’s Belgian Pro league status.
On 24 August 2010, Théréau signed for Chievo Verona in the Italian Serie A. In October 2010, he scored his first goal against Cesena. By the end of his spell with Chievo, having spent four seasons there, he had made 129 appearances in all competitions for the club and with 26 league goals he was the Chievo’s most prolific foreign goalscorer of all time.
During the 2014 summer transfer window, Théréau signed for Udinese Calcio on an annual salary of €700,000. In his first season, he scored 10 goals. On 23 August 2015, he scored the decisive goal as Udinese beat Juventus 1–0. It was the first time in history Juventus lost on their home debut. He completed the 2015–16 season scoring 11 goals and contributing three assists in 36 league matches for his club.
On 31 August 2017, Théréau signed a new contract with another Serie A club Fiorentina, after three years with Udinese.
Cagliari loan
On 31 January 2019, Théréau joined Cagliari on loan until 30 June 2019.

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