Ligue 1 – Saint-Etienne
The winger of Saint-Etienne Kevin Monnet-Paquet was operated on Thursday in Lyon, anterior cruciate ligament of the left knee and can not play again before next season.
The winger of Saint-Etienne Kevin Monnet-Paquet was operated Thursday in Lyon a " recurrence of lesions of his anterior cruciate ligament of the left knee Which he had already been operated on eight months ago. The season is over for the 31-year-old, according to medical sources. He will begin his rehabilitation in Clairefontaine in a fortnight with the goal of resuming competition next season.
The surgery was performed at the Jean-Mermoz private hospital in Lyon by Dr. Bertrand Sonnery-Cottet. Kevin Monnet-Paquet relapsed in training on 12 October after suffering a first injury to his left knee in February in a Ligue 1 match against PSG (0-1, 17 February).
He made his comeback in the professional group at the derby against Lyon (1-0) counting for the 9th day of Ligue 1, without coming into play.
After playing in Lens (2006-2010) and Lorient (2010-2014), Monnet-Paquet played in Saint-Etienne since 2014. He played with the Greens 191 matches (19 goals).