Seamus Coleman

Thumbnail
Everton got themselves a positive result ahead of their upcoming Merseyside derby against Liverpool as this midweek they defeated Arsenal. The Toffees had to come back from a goal down before eventually getting all three points with goals from Seamus Coleman and Ashley Williams, while Alexis Sanchez was the scorer for Gunners. That victory also…
Thumbnail
Martin O'Neill's side are more positive than they were towards the end of Giovanni Trapattoni's reign, and the new coach has used the attacking Robbie Brady as a left-back in a 4-2-3-1 formation. STRENGTHS This is an extremely hard-working side (think Jon Walters) and Shane Long's speed and aerial power up front will trouble most…
Thumbnail
Everton waste another potential three points as on Saturday they were held into a thrilling 2-2 draw by Arsenal at Goodison Park. Eager to redeem their failure in snatching three points on their opening league match, Everton immediately put on an aggressive display against their guest.
Thumbnail
English Premier League: Everton vs Cardiff City Stadium: Goodison Park Attendance: 38,018 Referee: Roger East Seamus Coleman scored a late goal which secured all three points for Everton as they overcome Cardiff City's challenge.
Thumbnail
Everton kept their recent positive league run going in the FA Cup as Roberto Martinez's men bagged a comfortable home win over Queens Park Rangers this weekend. Eager to keep their run in the competition going, The Toffees immediately setting themselves on an attacking mode and that positive approach was eventually rewarded when they got in front after 34 minutes thanks to Ross Barkley's effort.
Thumbnail
Everton didn't need much time in getting back on winning ways after suffering a disappointing result last midweek as this Sunday, Roberto Martinez's men picked up an important home win over Southampton at Goodison Park.
Thumbnail
Everton continuing their fine form this season as they bagged an important three points form their latest league fixture against solid Swansea City side this Sunday. Chasing for that top four seat in current Premier League standings, the Toffees looking to put on an aggressive display, despite playing away from home.
Thumbnail
Sitting just outside of top four seat in current English Premier League standings, Everton are keen on pushing for maximum result as they host Fulham this weekend. Having been performing consistently well up till now, The Toffees obviously won't be keen in seeing themselves suffering from a disappointment this Saturday, December 14, especially since they are playing in front of their loyal home crowd.
Thumbnail
Failing to pick up three points from their latest English Premier League home fixture last weekend, Everton are seeking for redemption when they play host to Stoke City this Saturday, November 30 at Goodison Park.
Thumbnail
The FA Cup third round was wrapped on Monday, although there will still be several replay matches since several teams only managed to pick up a draw on their weekend results. Aside from attractive matches, there were also several stand out goals which are being considered as the top ones for this round. FA picked…