Sebastian Larsson is a midfield player who was on the books of Birmingham City in 2010-11. A winger with good passing skills, he is also a specialist at delivering set pieces. Sebastian originally arrived at St Andrew?s on a long-term loan deal from Arsenal, but this soon became a permanent move and he went on to become a regular in the line-up. A member of the team that won promotion from the Championship in 2008-09, he gained a Carling Cup winners? medal in February 2011 as Blues defeated Arsenal 2-1 at Wembley. Sebastian won his first cap for Sweden in February 2008, and has now appeared more than 30 times for his country. He was out of contract in the summer of 2011 and chose to move on to join Sunderland.
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