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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 Sligo Rovers 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)
2010Blackpool (loan)9(1)

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

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Seamus Coleman : Everton News
“Blues icon to sign copies of new book on 3 December. Season Ticket Holders who are unable to attend a game can list their seat on StubHub, the Club’s Official Ticket Marketplace, for fellow Evertonians to purchase safely and securely.”
 Everton FC Yesterday
“and Seamus Coleman (£22million). There were six players who you thought we had actually undervalued, most notably Gerard Deulofeu.”
 Liverpool Echo 2 days ago
“Irishman admits winger told him he would be better defensively. Season Ticket Holders who are unable to attend a game can list their seat on StubHub, the Club’s Official Ticket Marketplace, for fellow Evertonians to purchase safely and securely.”
 Everton FC 2 days ago
“The board have also batted away interest and offers for Seamus Coleman as well. Martinez also struck a remarkable deal for Barcelona youngster Gerard Deulofeu. Everton paid only £4.”
 Daily Mail 2 days ago
“Aston Villa suffered another disappointing defeat to leave them bottom of the Premier League as Seamus Coleman caused plenty of problems from full-back, picking out Romelu Lukaku for Everton's second in a 4-0 rout.”
 Yahoo Canada Sports 3 days ago
“The reprieve was short lived as Everton scored their second in the 28th minute through that man Lukaku, whose initial shot was blocked after being fed by Deulofeu.”
 The Daily Express 3 days ago
“Each of Everton’s first four openings stemmed from their right flank. Two produced fine saves from Brad Guzan, denying Séamus Coleman and, brilliantly, Arouna Koné. The other two brought goals. The dazzling Deulofeu was the instigator of the first.”
 The Guardian 4 days ago
“Each of Everton’s goals arrived from the same source Deulofeu then started the move that afforded the space for Seamus Coleman to supply the second, headed in by Lukaku who used all of the muscles in his neck to make the connection.”
 Daily Telegraph 5 days ago
“While Everton boss Roberto Martinez will be delighted to see Micah Richards' block saw the ball break wide to Seamus Coleman and his chipped cross was headed in by the Belgium striker.”
 Ripley and Heanor News 5 days ago
“The Belgian thought his chance had gone, as Micah Richards blocked his effort, only for the ball to run to Seamus Coleman, who crossed for Lukaku to head in.”
 VAVEL 5 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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