Super League strugglers London Broncos have confirmed they have parted company with Tony Gigot by mutual consent.
The France international half-back only joined in February and made two appearances for Tony Rea's men.
Gigot featured in London's season-opening loss at Widnes Vikings, landing one goal, and he played in their round two defeat to Salford Red Devils.
The Broncos have lost all five of their league outings this season and have a daunting clash against Leeds Rhinos on Friday night, a game which can be seen live on Sky sports.
Gigot made his debut for Catalan Dragons in 2010 and subsequently had spells with Toulouse Olympique, Avignon Bisons and NRL side Cronulla Sharks.
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