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Profile of the Irish footballer Seamus Coleman, who currently plays as a defender at Everton. The 27-year old player Coleman joined Everton from and wears the number 23 shirt.

Seamus Coleman
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        (Squad number 23)

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Seamus Coleman Career
2006–2008Sligo Rovers55(1)
2009–Everton152(13)
2010Blackpool (loan)9(1)

2007–2010Republic of Ireland U2113(1)
2011–Republic of Ireland28(0)

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Seamus Coleman : Everton News
“Seamus Coleman and Gareth Barry joining the suspended Ramiro Funes Mori in the stands, there could be more chances. "He will always be an incredible ambassador wherever he goes". I'm doing my best today.”
 theinsidekorea.com 4 days ago
“New Everton talent won praise from Roberto Martinez after a trio made landmark appearances in his side's 2-1 win against AFC Bournemouth.”
 gosporttimes.com 4 days ago
“Though the Everton fans made a point of backing their players while At least his unfamiliar-looking selection knuckled down without the unavailable Seamus Coleman, Phil Jagielka, Ramiro Funes Mori and Gareth Barry.”
 Daily Mail 4 days ago
“I never felt being Everton manager should be judged on being in an average Martinez confirmed that the injured trio of Phil Jagielka, Seamus Coleman and Gareth Barry would miss the visit of 14th-placed Bournemouth, along with suspended defender Ramiro”
 SB News Online 6 days ago
“Roberto Martinez’s defining week as Everton boss definitely did not go the way he’d hoped. Losses against Liverpool and Manchester United seemingly signaled the end of the Blues season which not much else left to play for.”
 VAVEL 6 days ago
“It has been a wretched season for Roberto Martínez, and reports emerging on Thursday night suggest that it could be his last at Everton.”
 punditarena.com 7 days ago
“Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill has said that he has complete confidence in Séamus Coleman’s ability to shine at the European Championships despite the hamstring injury that is set to keep him out of the Everton side again this weekend.”
 The Irish Times 7 days ago
“Has Roberto Martinez only got four games left as Everton manager? Out of the FA Cup. Out of contention for European qualification. Out of motivation for this season? Not quite.”
 Liverpool Echo 8 days ago
“Last summer, the Merseyside club could have cashed in on Lukaku, John Stones, Ross Barkley, Seamus Coleman and Ross Barkley, but deterred advances from a variety of clubs to keep Martinez’s promising starting XI intact.”
 Football Fan Cast 8 days ago
“appeared 210 times for Everton, and was critical of the current crop of players.”
 hitc.com 8 days ago
Seamus Coleman Career Honours
  • Blackpool: Football League Championship Play–off Final (1): 2010
  • Republic of Ireland: Nations Cup: 2011
  • Republic of Ireland: Centenary Shield: 2006
  • Donegal Sports Star Professional Sport Achievement Award (1): 2009
  • FAI Under 21 International Player of the Year (2): 2009, 2010
  • PFA Young Player of the Year (1): 2010-2011 Nomination
  • Sky Sports MNF Team of the Season (1): 2013-14
  • PFA Team of the Year (1): 2013–14
  • Everton F.C. Player's Player of the Year (1): 2013-14
  • Everton F.C. Supporter's Player of the Year (1): 2013-14

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Tim Howard Joel Robles
    Defenders
    Felipe Mattioni Tony Hibbert
    Tyias Browning Seamus Coleman
    Brendan Galloway Bryan Oviedo
    Leighton Baines Phil Jagielka
    Ramiro Funes Mori John Stones
    Midfielders
    Aaron Lennon Gerard Deulofeu
    Steven Pienaar Kevin Mirallas
    Ross Barkley Leon Osman
    Darron Gibson Tom Cleverley
    James McCarthy Gareth Barry
    Muhamed Besic
    Forwards
    Leandro Rodriguez Arouna Kone
    Oumar Niasse Romelu Lukaku