With the Euro 2016 having come to an end, the aftermath offers different results to the different teams and players.
Many teams have shuffled their players and coaches or managers, are working on different strategies to spruce up the squads so that they can qualify again for the next upcoming tournament. Philippe Senderos has been facing changes in his national team allocation as well.
Among the new selections being made to form a squad of 23 men, Philippe Senderos will probably not feature for the Switzerland team. The finals that are coming up for Group “A” next month would see Switzerland faces countries like Romania, France and Albania. Philippe would probably be given a rest in these games in the next month. The player had come back to participate in the Swiss Super League in the month of January. Senderos is currently at 31 years of age. When he returned to play in the Swiss Super League in the month of January he took up several games to play. The Premier League did not happen for the team and Senderos had to spend time away from the field, nursing injuries as well as lacking in form.
The final matches for Switzerland needed players who were in good form. Senderos has to take it slow and work on his form this year so that he can recover fully from the injuries he sustained. Indeed, his coach was sympathetic towards his condition. Every player goes through such phases when they are plagued with injuries on the field and lose out on their confidence. Senderos is sure to get back his form soon and his experience will count in the forthcoming matches for the country’s team. He simply needs to hold onto his confidence and find his place again.