Seamus Coleman

Seamus Coleman commits to Everton – thoughts

Seamus Coleman commits to Everton - thoughts 1

Seamus Coleman has agreed to a contract extension at Everton and is now committed to the club until the Summer of 2019. “With how much I love playing at Everton, I was delighted to get the chance to sign another contract. I’ve been at Everton five years now and I love everything around the place.(…)

Some love for Everton’s Seamus Coleman

Some love for Everton’s Seamus Coleman 1

People don’t talk about Seamus Coleman being a stand-out Premier League player, but they should do - this is someone who, for a long time, has achieved a high-level of consistency within one of the best sides in the country. It’s interesting that, given the general love of ‘stories’ within football, more attention isn’t paid(…)

Analysing Seamus Coleman’s goal for Everton this weekend

Analysing Seamus Coleman’s goal for Everton this weekend 0

Ok, just quickly - here’s a lesson for all aspiring players in how taking chances and putting in that extra bit of effort can lead to scoring goals - and how switching-off defensively can lead to conceding them. Nikica Jelavic is just about to run onto a through-ball inside Norwich’s box - and look at(…)

The statistical value of Everton’s Seamus Coleman 0

Outside of Goodison Park, there’s not a lot of love for Seamus Coleman, but he’s one of the most under-appreciated - and versatile - right-sided players in the Premier League. Here are his statistics from 2012/13: - Started 24 league games last season, and made an additional 2 appearances from the substitutes’ bench. - Provided(…)

Everton players showing that they’re human

Everton players showing that they’re human 0

William Hill are offering a free £25 to all new members. A double with that free bet on Manchester United and Tottenham to win today returns £82.50. Click, let the page load, and select the offer code at the top of the page. How rare is this? Losing a Cup semi-final is devastating, but in(…)

5 things we’ve learned 0

Roy Hodgson is circling the drain… Not, we must stress, because of Liverpool’s form, but because the press have decided that he is. Such is the nature of football reporting in this country, that once the media begin a campaign to take the scalp of a big manager, it only ever ends with one outcome.(…)