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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
“Just ask Seamus Coleman, once of Blackpool both throughout his career and at Everton recently. That could be ideal preparation for Dowell, who would also add a little bit of guile and goalscoring threat alongside Jackson Irvine in midfield.”
 Liverpool Echo Today
“but the fact still remains Everton need to find the back of the net with more regularity. Lukaku is the club’s top goalscorer this season with 12 goals; after that, Mirallas, Ross Barkley and Seamus Coleman sit on three apiece.”
 Liverpool Echo Today
“Jones has seen his path into the first-team blocked by Seamus Coleman and Mason Holgate and Toffees boss Ronald Koeman is willing to let him move on.”
 hitc.com Yesterday
“Everton claimed a thumping 4-0 win against Manchester City Did not have a lot to do, but was solid when called upon.”
 Soccer Souls 2 days ago
“Seamus Coleman (£5.5m) and Kevin Mirallas (£6.0m) gained maximum Fantasy Premier League bonus points in Everton’s 4-0 home victory over Manchester City.”
 Premier League 2 days ago
“A poor clearance from John Stones resulted in the ball rebounding off Seamus Coleman and into the path of 19-year-old Lookman, who slotted home from close range.”
 Football Fan Cast 2 days ago
“the Spaniard netted his first Everton goal against the Potters, exchanging passes with Steven Pienaar before burying a shot past Asmir Begovic. It set the Blues up for a thumping win – Seamus Coleman, Bryan Oviedo and Romelu Lukaku all adding further goals.”
 Everton FC 2 days ago
“The former Charlton forward though was to put the cherry on the icing of a glorious Everton cake as Seamus Coleman put the beleaguered Stones under pressure and the ball fell to Lookman who took one touch before crashing his second touch beyond Bravo for a”
 grandoldteam.com 2 days ago
“Alan Shearer has criticised John Stones after Manchester City's 4-0 defeat to Everton, claiming the defender makes struggled against his former side and was at fault for the final goal.”
 Mirror 2 days ago
“John Stones - a former Everton player - tried to clear the ball for a throw-in only to see it ricochet off Everton defender Seamus Coleman to set up Lookman.”
 Fox Sports 2 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
    Joel Robles Maarten Stekelenburg
    Defenders
    Tyias Browning Bryan Oviedo
    Leighton Baines Mason Holgate
    Phil Jagielka Ashley Williams
    Ramiro Funes Mori Seamus Coleman
    Midfielders
    Kevin Mirallas Yannick Bolasie
    Aaron Lennon Gerard Deulofeu
    Ross Barkley Darron Gibson
    Idrissa Gueye Tom Cleverley
    James McCarthy Gareth Barry
    Muhamed Besic
    Forwards
    Conor McAleny Leandro Rodriguez
    Enner Valencia Arouna Kone
    Oumar Niasse Romelu Lukaku