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After Much Study of Religion, a central defender for Fulham in the Premier League and the Swiss national team, Philippe Senderos, decided to convert to Islam

 After Much Study of Religion, a central defender for Fulham in the Premier League and the Swiss national team, Philippe Senderos, decided to convert to Islam

Written By Admin Beda on Friday, June 22, 2012 | 10:00

A central defender for Fulham in the Premier League and the Swiss national team, Philippe Senderos, decided to convert to Islam. He said it had pledged in a central creed of Islam in Manchester England, Wednesday (20/6) then.

Senderos who has the bloody Spanish from her father and her mother is a graduate of Serbia of theology. He embraced Islam after studying many religions. Outside activities as a football athlete, he was well read and learn things about religion.

Senderos admitted to see the benefits and guidelines of Islam. Therefore he decided to become a Muslim.

Players born February 14, 1985 it began a career as a junior player Servette. Senderos played for Servette team, Arsenal, AC Milan and Everton before joining Fulham in June 2010. Senderos is now strengthening the Swiss national team since March 2005. [IK / RPB / WKP / bsb] 



Philippe Senderos

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Philippe Senderos
Personal information
Full name Philippe Sylvain Senderos
Date of birth 14 February 1985 (age 27)
Place of birth Geneva, Switzerland
Height 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)[1]
Playing position Centre Back
Club information
Current club Fulham
Number 14
Youth career
1992–2001 Servette
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2001–2003 Servette 26 (3)
2003–2010 Arsenal 84 (4)
2008–2009 Milan (loan) 14 (0)
2010 Everton (loan) 2 (0)
2010– Fulham 24 (1)
National team

Switzerland U-17

2005– Switzerland 47 (5)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 21:16, 17 May 2012 (UTC).
† Appearances (Goals).
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 10:27, 10 June 2012 (UTC)
Philippe Sylvain Senderos - (born 14 February 1985 in Geneva) is a Swiss footballer who plays as a defender for Premier League club 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,[2] Philippe came up through the youth team set up at Swiss club Servette.


Senderos signed for Arsenal in December 2002, though he remained working at Servette until the following summer.[3] During the 2005–06 season Senderos scored his first Arsenal goal in a 2–1 loss to West Bromwich Albion,[4] and again in a 7–0 win over Middlesbrough.[5] He produced some fantastic performances in Arsenal's run to the final of the Champions League in 2005-06, but towards the end of his career at the club his performances became more and more erratic. He was often seen by fans and media to be the blame of Arsenal's defensive woes.

A.C. Milan

Senderos fell out of favour with Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger.[6] In August 2008 Senderos joined Italian club Milan on a season-long loan.[7] 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 Arsenal in 2009–10, both in the League Cup, and in January 2010 joined Everton for the remainder of the season,[6] and wore the number 23, vacated by the departure of Lucas Neill.[8] He made his first appearance for the club in a 1–0 win away against Wigan Athletic.[9] He returned to Arsenal at the end of the season having made only three appearances for Everton (two in the Premier League and one in the Europa League).


In June 2010, Senderos signed a three-year deal with Fulham on a free transfer.[10] On 9 August while training, Senderos tore his Achilles tendon.[11] He underwent surgery and was expected to be out for 6 months.[12] He finally made his debut for Fulham on 30 April 2011 against Sunderland. He made his second appearance for Fulham against Birmingham, helping the team to a clean sheet with a number of good tackles and clearances. On 21 April, he scored his first Premier League goal since joining Fulham as they beat Wigan Athletic 2-1 at Craven Cottage.[13]

International career

Senderos in action for Switzerland in November 2006 in a match against Brazil
Senderos is a former youth international and has played at all levels of football from the U15s upward for Switzerland, though he was also eligible to play for Spain or Serbia through his parents. He was captain of the Swiss U-17 squad that won the 2002 U-17 European Championships.[14]
He made his full international debut in March 2005 in Switzerland's 0–0 draw against France in Paris. After playing in Switzerland's successful qualifying campaign, he was named in their 2006 FIFA World Cup squad. He started alongside Patrick Müller in all three of Switzerland's group matches, managing to score a goal in the third match against Korea Republic. He broke his nose and suffered shoulder ligament damage in the match, which ruled him out of the remainder of Switzerland's World Cup campaign. Senderos was also part of the Swiss squad at the UEFA Euro 2008 finals, appearing in all three group matches as the team failed to qualify for the knockout stages.
He was part of the Swiss national team at the 2010 World Cup. In the first match, where Switzerland shocked Spain 1–0,[15] he was substituted in the 36th minute after injuring his ankle seriously in an accidental collision with teammate Stephan Lichtsteiner. Swiss coach Ottmar Hitzfeld said after the match, "He has a sprained ankle, possibly a ruptured ligament. If that is the case, it would be very difficult to replace him."[16]

Personal life

Senderos is a child of Serbian (Zorica Novković) and Spanish (Julián Senderos) immigrants.
Senderos speaks six languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian and Serbian.[17] His brother Julien is a professional basketball player currently with Meyrin Grand-Saconnex and the Swiss national team.[18]
During his time at Arsenal, fans dubbed him Swiss Tony. The name came from a character from The Fast Show, and was a pun on his nationality, and similar playing style to Tony Adams.[19][20]
In June 2012, it was reported that Senderos has embraced Shia Islam. An article by the Shia News Association reported that he declared his faith in Islam in the English city of Manchester, at a center dedicated to the teachings of the Ahlulbayt (A.S.). [21]


With Arsenal






 Setelah Pelajari Banyak Agama, Akhirnya Philippe Senderos Masuk Islam

Written By Admin BeDa on Jumat, 22 Juni 2012 | 10:00

Bek tengah untuk Fulham di Liga Primer Inggris dan tim nasional Swiss, Philippe Senderos, memutuskan untuk masuk Islam. Ia menyatakan telah berikrar syahadat di sebuah pusat agama Islam di Manchester Inggris, Rabu (20/6) lalu.

Senderos yang memiliki berdarah Spanyol dari ayahnya dan Serbia dari ibunya merupakan lulusan teologi. Ia memeluk Islam setelah mempelajari banyak agama. Di luar kegiatannya sebagai atlet sepakbola, ia banyak membaca dan mempelajari berbagai hal tentang agama.

Senderos mengaku menemui manfaat dan pedoman dalam Islam. Oleh karenanya ia memutuskan untuk menjadi seorang Muslim.

Pemain kelahiran 14 Februari 1985 itu mengawali karier sebagai pemain yunior Servette. Senderos pernah bermain untuk tim utama Servette, Arsenal, A.C. Milan dan Everton sebelum bergabung dengan Fulham pada bulan Juni 2010 lalu. Senderos kini memperkuat timnas Swiss sejak bulan Maret 2005 silam. [IK/Rpb/Wkp/bsb]


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