Everton defender Seamus Coleman hopes the Toffeemen start to be taken seriously following their win at Manchester United. In a rather bizarre season, where most teams have struggled for consistency ...
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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is ready to move for Everton’s Seamus Coleman if Bacary Sagna leaves the club at the end of the season, according to reports from the Sunday People. The Frenchman’s contract is set to expire ... FULL ARTICLE AT FootballFanCast
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As the fantasy football season rages on, it becomes gradually more difficult to find an edge over one's opponent, getting ahead of the curve with transfers before they become commonplace. Luckily, we're here to provide some insight for ... FULL ARTICLE AT Bleacher Report
Arsenal are set to move for Everton right-back Seamus Coleman if Bacary Sagna does not agree a new deal at the club. Manager Arsene Wenger would prefer Sagna to stay, but he is out of contract at the end of ... FULL ARTICLE AT Off The Post
With high-flying Arsenal and Everton set to meet each other this Sunday at the Emirates, Metro attempts to form a ‘best value XI’ from both traditionally penny-pinching sides. FULL ARTICLE AT Metro.co.uk
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Séamus Coleman (born 11 October 1988) is an Irish footballer who plays for Everton and the Republic of Ireland.
Originally a Gaelic footballer, Coleman was spotted by Sligo Rovers when he lined up for his hometown association football side, St. Catherine’s of Killybegs, in a friendly match against Sligo Rovers. He made his League of Ireland debut at the Brandywell in October 2006 as a substitute... Full Article At Wikipedia.org