Philippe Senderos

Philippe Senderos

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Philippe Sylvain Senderos - (Swiss pronunciation: Sen-Day-Ros; born 14 February 1985 in Geneva) is a Swiss footballer who plays as a defender for Fulham and the Switzerland national football team. Previously he has played for Servette, Arsenal, A.C. Milan and Everton.

Club career


Born to a Spanish father, Julián Senderos, and a Serbian mother, Zorica Novaković, Philippe came up through the youth team set up at Swiss club Servette.


Senderos signed for in December 2002, though he remained working at Servette until the following summer.

A.C. Milan

Senderos fell out of favour with Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger. In August 2008 Senderos joined Italian club Milan on a season-long loan. He quickly picked up an injury and struggled to make the first team ahead of Paolo Maldini and Kakha Kaladze, but finally made his first full appearance for the Rossoneri in a UEFA Cup Group Stage tie against Portuguese side Braga, and came on as a substitute for his first Serie A appearance against Fiorentina, after half the season had gone. Senderos made fourteen appearances in Serie A for Milan before returning to Arsenal.


Senderos made only two appearances for...
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