The Standard will be deprived of Noë Dussenne between six months and a year, announces the Liège club Friday. The 27-year-old defender was injured on Thursday in training. He suffers from a rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament of the right knee which will deprive him of football between six and twelve months.
Noë Dussenne had arrived at Standard this summer from Mouscron. Professional in 2009 at RAEC Mons (2009-2014), he then moved on to loan to AFC Tubize (2012-2013), then to the Cercle de Bruges (2014-2015) and Mouscron (2015-2016) before try the adventure at FC Crotone, Italy, in 2016. After playing 9 games in Serie A during the 2016-2017 season, he returned to Belgium, in the form of a loan to La Gantoise. He then returned to Mouscron last season, playing 28 games in all competitions.
He also played, in full, the first two games of the Hurlus this season, before his transfer to Standard.