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Gignac playing for Toulouse in July 2008 2007–08 season [ ] On 25 June 2007, it was announced Gignac had signed a four-year deal with. However, it was revealed soon after that Lorient had accepted a €4.5 million bid from and that the player had already agreed to a pre-contract with the Northern side, putting his move to Toulouse in jeopardy. Download belly dance bvh files for animals. Despite this, Toulouse trumped Lille's offer by offering the player more than double the salary he had been offered by Lille.
The clubs entered a war of words with Toulouse questioning the legitimacy of Lille's agreement while Gignac and Lille questioned the ethics and tactics of Toulouse. Eventually, Gignac's move to Toulouse was validated. Gignac made his competitive debut for Toulouse in the first leg of the club's third qualifying round match against, coming on as a substitute in the 65th minute.
Toulouse lost the match 1–0 and conceded the two-legged tie 5–0 on aggregate, thus being eliminated from the Champions League. On 4 October 2007, after coming on as a substitute for Swedish striker, Gignac scored a against Bulgarian club to cancel out 's opening goal from the penalty spot and enable Toulouse to progress to the group stages of the on the. Despite the hype, both Gignac and Toulouse had disappointing, with Gignac appearing in 28 matches and scoring only 2 goals. Toulouse finished the season in 17th place, just one place above the relegation zone. Some media outlets attributed Gignac's struggle for form to him playing second fiddle to Johan Elmander. Gignac also struggled with weight problems during the season. 2008–09 season [ ].
Gignac warming up before a match with Marseille in July 2013 Despite Marseille finishing tenth in the league, their Coupe de la Ligue win earned them entry into the. In the, Gignac scored in each leg of a 4–1 aggregate victory over Turkish club. Gignac regained his position on the first team and scored in Marseille's first home match of the season, a first in a 2–0 win over Sochaux. He then scored the only goal of an away victory over reigning league champions Montpellier. Gignac scored two first-half goals against in on 7 October, to secure a draw for the home side and to retain the league lead. On 6 January 2013, he scored twice, including the extra-time winner, as Marseille won 2–1 against in the. Gignac's 13 goals eventually helped Marseille to second place, behind PSG.
2013–14 season [ ]. Gignac taking the kick-off against in the in 2013. Gignac scored in each of Marseille's three opening matches of, all victories, with the third being the 84th-minute only goal of an away win at Valenciennes on 24 August. In January 2014, he scored braces in consecutive rounds of the Coupe de France: an extra-time double to dispatch in the round of 64 on 5 January, and a further two in a 4–5 home defeat to Nice 16 days later.