|Surname||Sebastian Steve Qvacoé Cann-Svärd|
|birthday||January 15, 1983|
|place of birth||Hvidovre , Denmark|
|-1998||Boldklubben 1908 Amager|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|2003||→ FC Copenhagen (loan)||10(0)|
|2003-2004||→ Stoke City (loan)||9(1)|
|2004-2005||→ Brøndby IF (loan)||22(0)|
|2005-2006||→ Vitória Guimarães (loan)||28(1)|
|2006-2007||Borussia Mönchengladbach II||4(0)|
|2009||→ FC Hansa Rostock (loan)||13(0)|
|2009||Borussia Mönchengladbach II||0(0)|
|2013||Wycombe Wanderers FC||6(0)|
|2014-2015||Songkhla United FC||27(0)|
1 Only league games are given.
As of December 23, 2014
Sebastian Steve Qvacoé Cann-Svärd (born January 15, 1983 in Hvidovre ) is a Danish football player .
The root position of the right footer is the defensive midfield . In his career so far he has been under contract in Denmark, England, Portugal, Germany, the Netherlands, Asia and Iceland, most recently with Þróttur Reykjavík .
Svärd learned to play football in the youth of Kjøbenhavns Boldklub . In November 2000 he moved to Arsenal as a youth . From the 2002/03 season he was part of the professional squad in the English Premier League ; in the first half of the season he was not used. In early 2003 he moved back to Denmark on loan to FC Copenhagen . He was used for this in ten games and was Danish champion. In the 2003/04 season Svärd also played on loan at Stoke City . In the 2004/05 season he was awarded again to Denmark at Brøndby IF , for which he contributed to winning the Danish championship with 21 season games and was Danish cup winner. For the 2005/06 season he was awarded to Vitória Guimarães in the Portuguese Primeira Liga , for which he completed 28 league games (one goal) and six games in the UEFA Cup . The team was relegated at the end of the season.
For the 2006/07 season he left Arsenal for good and moved to Borussia Mönchengladbach in the German Bundesliga . In the last season games he made nine Bundesliga appearances, but was relegated to the second division with Borussia. In the second year he was unable to establish himself in the first team and after only eleven appearances during the season with Borussia, he was promoted back to the Bundesliga. On January 2, 2009 Borussia Mönchengladbach Svärd struck out of the club's professional squad. On January 8, 2009, he moved to second division Hansa Rostock on loan for six months . He then kept fit during the training of the Mönchengladbach amateurs and completed a trial training session in the Netherlands in November 2009 with the then Eredivisie club Roda JC Kerkrade . On January 16, 2010, he dissolved his contract with Borussia Mönchengladbach and two days later signed a contract in Kerkrade until 2013. Svärd made six games for Kerkrade in the second half of the 2009/10 season. He had the same number of games in the next season.
After being out of a club in December 2011, he returned to Denmark in March 2012. He signed with Silkeborg IF . For this he was used in six games. From December 2012 he trained in Germany with the upper division KFC Uerdingen , but there was no obligation. In March 2013 he signed in the Swedish Allsvenskan with Syrianska FC , but left the club in early August and has been without a club since then. On October 24, 2013 he signed with Wycombe Wanderers in England , but in January 2014 he left Europe and went to Thailand to join Songkhla FC .
Since January 11, 2016 he was back in Europe with the Icelandic first division club Þróttur Reykjavík . At the end of the season Svärd left the club.
After he had run through all Danish youth national teams from U-16 to U-21 , he was appointed to the national team by coach Morten Olsen at the end of May 2006 , for which he was not used.
- ^ Søren Houlind: Svärd testes i hollandsk klub. In: bold.dk. Sport Publish OÜ / bold.dk Danmark ApS, 10 November 2009, accessed on 17 January 2015 (Danish).
- ↑ Klaus Wenk: Svärd trains with the KFC. Westdeutsche Zeitung (WZ-Online), December 14, 2012, accessed on January 11, 2013 .
- ↑ Florian Kohl: Sebastian Svärd is waiting for an offer. In: RevierSport. RevierSport online GmbH, January 10, 2013, accessed on January 4, 2015 .
- ^ Mikael Blond: Svärd er færdig i islandsk bundklub. In: bold.dk. bold.dk Danmark ApS / Sport Publish OÜ, September 9, 2016, accessed on January 21, 2017 (English).
- Sebastian Svärd in the database of fussballdaten.de
- Sebastian Svärd in the database of weltfussball.de
- Sebastian Svärd on the website of the Danish Football Association (Danish)
- Sebastian Svärd in the database of transfermarkt.de
- Sebastian Svärd in the soccerway.com database
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Cann-Svärd, Sebastian Steve Qvacoé|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Danish soccer player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||January 15, 1983|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Hvidovre , Denmark|