Photo: Senderos reminisces about Arsenal days with Fabregas

Philippe Senderos takes to Instagram to reflect on his Arsenal days playing alonside Cesc Fàbregas

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Philippe Senderos took to Instagram on Thursday to reflect on his Arsenal days.

The Aston Villa defender spent six years at the north London club between 2004 and 2010 and made 84 Premier League appearances for Arsene Wenger’s side, scoring four goals.

The Switzerland international was close friends with Cesc Fabregas during the pair’s time together with the Gunners as they broke into the first-team.

And Senderos paid tribute to the Chelsea midfielder with a picture of the pair in action for Arsenal during the 2005-06 season.

Senderos posted the photo above on Instagram and wrote: “#Throwback #friendship @cescf4bregas.”

The 29-year-old joined Villa on a two-year deal after spending the second half of last season at Valencia, while Fabregas, 27, joined Chelsea from Barcelona.

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