Seb Larsson

Sunderland #7 - Midfielder

  • Born: 06/06/85
  • Age: 36
  • Height:
  • Weight: 0

World Cup 2018 Primer: Group F — Germany, Mexico, South Korea, Sweden

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Everything you need to know about the biggest sporting event in the world.

Chelsea vs. Hull City, FA Cup: Preview, Team news, How to watch

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FA Cup fifth round action under the Friday Night Lights

Hull City face huge selection problems ahead of FA Cup tie against Chelsea

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The Tigers may have up to 10 men unavailable for their game against Chelsea next Friday.

Match Report: Bolton Wanderers 1-0 Hull City

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Wanderers start 2018 with a win

Match Recap: Leeds United grind out a 1-0 victory over Hull City to go into 5th place

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Leeds were second-best for much of the match, but did enough to win a Yorkshire derby match.

Recap & Rumours: Two Swedes on the move? Plus, Italian international defender linked

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While Seb Larsson could be about to face Sunderland this season, another Swede may be about to depart the Stadium of Light - and a full Italian international has been linked.

Farewell fair Seb; He couldn't make up his mind, so Sunderland conclude Larsson has gone forever

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Reports in the north east press suggest Seb Larsson will likely not be returning to Sunderland next season.

Roundup: Takeover talks drag into next week; Finally a player opts to stay & Lazio plot Borini loan

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Sunderland takeover talks are set to drag into another week as chief executive Martin Bain moves to present a business-as-usual front; reports this morning suggest John O'Shea will stay at the...

As Sunderland manager hunt trundles on, should we perhaps wait a little longer for the right man?

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With concerns among the Wearside faithful growing with each passing day, is remaining patient and calm about or current plight the answer? Or should we really start to worry?

Roundup: Sunderland players on international duty - one wins a trophy & a legend wins the World Cup

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Various Sunderland players have been all over the globe this past few days representing their countries and one old boy looks chuffed to bits to have finally won a trophy.

Escaping Sunderland’s reality with Football Manager: Part Two - January to May

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Part one saw me end the year in 6th place, clinging to the play-offs and hoping some big sales would give me a cash boost. So how did it all end up?

Match Report: Chelsea 5-1 SAFC - One decade in the Premier League ends in embarrassing fashion

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Well, it looks like we started our season as we meant to end it - terribly.