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    McCarthy “the shining light” against Manchester United

    Sam Allardyce has praised James McCarthy as Everton’s “shining light” against Manchester United on Sunday. The Republic of Ireland international came off the bench in the second half as the Toffees were beaten 2-0 by United at Goodison Park. Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingaard grabbed the goals in an impressive win for the Red Devils, […] More

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    Seamus Coleman signs new five year deal at Everton

    Seamus Coleman has signed a new five year deal at Everton. The Irish captain is recovering from a double-leg break, but the Toffees have honoured their agreement to extend the full back’s time at the club until 2022. Coleman has made 247 appearances for the Merseyside club since his £60,000 transfer from Sligo Rovers. The 28 […] More

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    Seamus Coleman thanks fans for support

    Seamus Coleman has given his first interview since his double leg break, on the same day that Neil Taylor received a two game ban for the challenge which caused the injury. The Irish captain spoke to about his recovery, and says he’s “looking forward to the challenge” of making a full comeback from his […] More

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    WATCH: Everton’s brilliant tribute to Seamus Coleman

    It’s been a great week for Seamus Coleman. The Irish captain scored on his 200th appearance for Everton last night, and was also granted the freedom of Donegal earlier this week for his contributions to Irish soccer. Coleman scored his third goal of the season through a deflected strike off Ryan Shawcross earned the Toffees […] More

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    Does James McCarthy have a future at Everton?

    James McCarthy has endured a frustrating season. The Irish international has struggled for fitness in form in recent months, and even found himself at the centre of a war of words between Ronald Koeman and Martin O’Neill. The 25 year old is a divisive figure among Ireland fans, and his international midfield partnership with Glenn […] More

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    ‘They need to toughen up’ – Roy Keane slams Everton

    Roy Keane has hit out at Everton and Ronald Koeman, suggesting that Toffee’s players “need to toughen up.” Ronald Koeman has been increasingly critical of the Irish management in recent months, and Keane has followed Martin O’Neill in hitting back at the Dutch boss. The Republic of Ireland assistant boss also revealed he is disappointed […] More