Boudewijn Zenden

Boudewijn Zenden

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Boudewijn "Bolo" Zenden (; born 15 August 1976 in Maastricht) is a Dutch football who plays as a Left winger or as an Attacking Midfielder.

Early life

Zenden's father Pierre Zenden is a former judoka, who worked as a sports broadcaster for the public NOS broadcasting system from 1968 to 2005. ,, May 25, 2005 Zenden played football and was also competitive in judo as a child. In 1985 Dutch club MVV Maastricht signed Zenden after watching him play for amateur club Leonidas. Two years later Zenden joined the youth academy of PSV Eindhoven. at

He earned his judo black belt by the age of 14, BBC Sport, April 30, 2002 and was three times judo champion of his home province of Limburg. at He is also a vegetarian and has been since the age of 19.

Club career


As his career developed at PSV Eindhoven, Zenden made the left wing position his own, displacing Peter Hoekstra and finally becoming a firm member of the starting line-up after the departure of Dutch national team player Jan Wouters. Zenden was an important part of the PSV team that won the Dutch Eredivisie league championship in 1997, and he received the 1997 "Dutch Talent of the Year" award. After another season at PSV, in which he scored 12 goals in 23 games, he moved to Spanish club FC......
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