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Ex-Teammate Explains How GAA Helped Seamus Coleman In Football Career

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Seamus Coleman’s former teammate has explained how playing Gaelic football prepared the Everton full-back for a career in soccer. Coleman was a talented Gaelic footballer growing up in Killybegs, Donegal before he turned his attention to football. Sligo Rovers spotted the future Republic of Ireland captain playing local football, and from there he joined Everton in a deal worth £60,000 …

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Roy Keane Hits Out At Constant Over-Hyping Of Young English Players

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Roy Keane has hit out at the over-hyping of young English players in the Premier League. According to the former Manchester United captain, people often get ‘carried away’ with their praise. Keane was guest in the Sky Sports studio ahead of Chelsea vs Everton and Manchester United vs Manchester City on Sunday afternoon. The former Ireland midfielder was critical of, …

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Jamie Carragher Defends Ferguson’s Bizarre Moise Kean Substitution

Jamie Carragher has defended Everton manager Duncan Ferguson’s decision to take off striker Moise Kean 19 minutes after coming on as a substitute, but admitted the 19-year-old was “unfortunate” to have been hooked. Kean came on in the 70th minute for midfielder Bernard during Everton’s 1-1 draw against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday, but was replaced by Oumar …

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Duncan Ferguson Explains Why He Took Moise Kean Off Against Man United

Duncan Ferguson has recorded another positive result as Everton’s caretaker manager. The Toffees legend followed up last week’s 3-1 win over Chelsea at Goodison Park with a hard-fought 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Sunday afternoon. Victor Lindelof’s own-goal opened the scoring at Old Trafford – with an assist from VAR after Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s clear elbow on David de Gea …

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Wayne Rooney: “I Could Still Play In The Premier League”

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Wayne Rooney claims he still has what it takes to cut it in the Premier League as he prepares to take up a role as player-coach with Derby County.  The former England captain had two spells with hometown club Everton either side of a decade spent at Manchester United where he went on to break Bobby Charlton’s goalscoring record finishing …

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“Expensive Rubbish” – Eamon Dunphy Slams Everton After Liverpool Humbling

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Unsurprisingly, Eamon Dunphy didn’t mince his words on his return to TV punditry as he ran the rule over Everton’s performance in which they fell to a 5-2 defeat to Merseyside rivals Liverpool at Anfield.  A brace from Divock Origi and goals from Xherdan Shaqiri, Sadio Mane and Georginio Wijnaldum gave the Premier League leaders a comfortable, straight-forward victory over …

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Troy Parrott Named On Tottenham Bench Ahead Of Everton Clash

Irish U21 international Troy Parrott has been named on the Tottenham bench for the first time in the Premier League ahead of Spurs’ clash with Everton this afternoon. The 17-year-old has never made a squad in the top flight for Spurs but is included among the substitutes for the game at Goodison Park. Tottenham captain Harry Kane did not travel …

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Everton Sign Djibril Sidibe As Competition For Seamus Coleman


Everton have signed a new right-back as competition for Seamus Coleman. Djibril Sidibe has joined the Toffees on a season-long loan from AS Monaco. Everton have the option to sign the World Cup-winning defender on a permanent deal at the end of the Premier League season. The 27-year-old was part of the Monaco team that won the French title in …

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“I Text Him Last Night And Said, ‘Look, You’ve Got A Big Part To Play In This Ireland Team”


“He needs a fresh start.” When James McCarthy suffered a double-leg break against West Bromwich Albion in January 2018, the television cameras panned away to a worried-looking Seamus Coleman sitting in the stands. The Republic of Ireland captain was still recovering from a similar injury, 11-days away from making his return to the first-team after nine months on the sidelines. …

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Seamus Coleman Opens Up On Homesickness After Move To Everton

Everton and Ireland captain Seamus Coleman has opened up on his battle with homesickness following his move to Everton from Sligo Rovers ten years ago. Coleman has been an integral part of the Toffees’ side for the past number of years and is currently the eighth longest serving one club player in the Premier League having made the move to …

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