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Spoiling the Party!

This Saturday evening England entertain Switzerland at Wembley.

The game could very well pit two Fulham players against each other. Bobby Zamora, fancied to start with Wayne Rooney absent and Peter Crouch carrying a knock, could be marked by his Fulham colleague Philippe Senderos.

Senderos, who only managed to shake off an Achilles injury in the dying embers of the season, is likely to form the backbone of the Switzerland defence and, quite rightly, is looking forward t the clash, promising that Switzerland are looking to upset the apple-cart, or as Senderos puts it,

"It`s up to us to ruin the England players` summer holidays. They are certain to approach the game thinking about going away."

"We want to pull off a shock and mess them up. We have a fresh new side and feel like we are at the start of something new"


The European Championship qualifier also gives Senderos the chance to play at Wembley, something else he`s been looking forward to, further commenting,

"I`ve had Saturday`s match on my mind for a long time."

"It is always special to play England at Wembley."

"The Emirates, Anfield and Old Trafford are reference points but Wembley is out there on its own."


Who`ll come out on top folks?



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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 2 2011

Time: 9:52AM

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Advantage Zamora, I think.
Teddy_KGB
Agree...
Leonestar
agreed... not that zamora is on drogba's level, but senderos had a nightmare trying to handle drogba, and zamora is of the same ilk in terms of size and strength...
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