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Friday, 19 October 2012

Xherdan Shaqiri Muslim footballer Reluctant Muenchen It's not Pray

Xherdan Shaqiri's career skyrocketed this season started. His decision to move to Bayern Munich from FC Basel is the right choice. Together with the Bavarians, Shaqiri occupy a prominent place.

He was able to lure coach Jupp Heynckes because if the ball has speed and good to be the first choice on the wing. No one Muenchen management gave him a four year contract to be a star because of predicted future Die Rotten.

The player who began his career as a junior SV August was born in Gnjilane, Kosovo, October 10, 1991. Since the breakup of Yugoslavia into several countries, although the magnitude bloody family Albania, Shaqiri preferring Swiss Caps. Although only 21 years old, he had a regular place with packing 21 caps and six goals.

But not many know if Shaqiri is a Muslim soccer players. When strengthening Switzerland, he often caught on camera images and recorded video pray in the middle of the field before the referee blew the whistle the game. Ritual lifted his hands up and continued wiping the face as a sign of an end to prayer is never forgotten.

The same is done when he was grazing with FC Basel. Shaqiri was never explained to the media about it ibadahanya ritual. But like other Muslim players, he did it in order to receive spiritual strength so that it can show a good performance in the field.

When celebrating the 21st birthday, some penggikut his twitter account, @ XSOfficial, gave utterance during the Shaqiri. Do not miss it, he got a mention from his fellow Muslim club, Franck Ribery. "You make people proud of Kosovo. People Albania proud of you. Insha Allah you are successful, "said some prayers fans.

Shaqiri not forget celebrate the coming of Eid ago. Through his facebook account, he displayed images Arabic calligraphy. "Brothers and sisters are given, I hope from the deepest heart you celebrate Eid holidays. Greetings of peace and kindness, "he said.
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