Sebastian Svard

Sebastian Svard

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Sebastian Steve Qvacoe Cann-Svärd (born 15 January 1983), commonly known as Sebastian Svärd, is a Danish footballer of Swedish and Ghanaian ancestry, who plays for Dutch Eredivisie side Roda JC.

Club career

Early career

Born in Hvidovre, Copenhagen to a Swedish mother and Ghanaian father, he started out at Kjøbenhavns Boldklub, the reserve team of F.C. Copenhagen. Here he was seen as somewhat of a prodigy, impressing the coaches of the Denmark under-16, under-17 and under-19 national teams, and he was bought by English club Arsenal F.C. for an undisclosed fee in November 2000.


He won the FA Youth Cup with the youth team of the club in his first season. His first-team Arsenal debut came in a League Cup fourth round match on November 27, 2001, as a substitute in a 2–0 win over Grimsby Town. Over the next two years, he made two more appearances for Arsenal, one more in the League Cup against Sunderland and one in the FA Cup against Oxford United.

Loan period

He returned on loan to his old club F.C. Copenhagen in August 2003, in need of first-team play; after just four months he returned to England to play for Stoke City, for whom he played nine league matches and scored one goal against Sunderland before returning to Arsenal. In August 2004, he came on as a substitute in Arsenal's 3–1 Community Shield victory over Manchester United, but soon after he was loaned to Danish club Brøndby......
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