Born: 17 April 1981
Where: Harrow
Joined Wycombe: July 1999 - from Wycombe Youth Team.
Wycombe Debut: Wycombe 3 Oldham 0 - 27th Mar 1999 - Div 2
First Wycombe goal: Wrexham 1 Wycombe 3 - 5th Feb 2000 - Div 2
Final game: Cheltenham 0 Wycombe 0 - 19th May 2006 - L2 Play Off
Danny Senda - picture Paul Dennis
Career summary at Wycombe
316 apps, 9 goals
Career Details
Date Club League
1998/1999 Wycombe Wanderers 0(6) 0 0 0
1999/2000 Wycombe Wanderers 5(22) 1 0(1) 0
2000/2001 Wycombe Wanderers 12(19) 2 1(9) 0
2001/2002 Wycombe Wanderers 38(5) 0 5 0
2002/2003 Wycombe Wanderers 39(2) 2 4 0
2003/2004 Wycombe Wanderers 37(3) 0 6 0
2004/2005 Wycombe Wanderers 42(2) 4 6 0
2005/2006 Wycombe Wanderers 44 0 8 0
Background: Ex-Southampton apprentice and Youth Team player who joined Wycombe during the 1998/99 season. Originally a striker and made his Wycombe debut as substitute during the home game with Oldham in March 1999 but has to wait until January 2000 for his full debut. Scored his first goal at First Team level during the 3-1 victory at Wrexham the following month. Was subsequently converted to a right wing-back role by Lawrie Sanchez and became a First Team regular and a favourite with the fans.
The arrival of Tony Adams as Wycombe boss in November 2003 saw the player eventually preferred in a right midfield position and impressed enough to be awarded a new two year contract in April 2004. Senda commented at the time to the local press "I'm delighted. The manager didn't fancy me as a right back. I wasn't in his plans and I thought I would be looking for a new club over the summer. But he's put me in midfield now and I'm absolutely loving it. This is a start of a new chapter for me."
Meanwhile, Tony Adams said "I think we've found his position now. I certainly wouldn't want to play against him." The Wycombe boss also compared him to Jermaine McSporran who had left the Club a couple of weeks before Senda was offered his new deal, saying "If you're asking me if Danny Senda is a better player than 'Jocky' McSporran, I'd say yes. He's intelligent, he works hard for the team, defensively he's better equipped and he can get forward. He's a better crosser of the ball and in that position I think we've made the right choice."
Remained a regular in the side following the departure of Tony Adams in November 2004 and the arrival as John Gorman as the new permanent boss as Adams Park. Played his final game for the Wanderers in the two legged League Two play-off defeat to Cheltenham Town in May 2006. With his contract ended he then had the option to leave on a free and following an aborted move to Luton Town, eventually signed for Millwall on deadline day in August 2006.
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