New Everton deal for Coleman

Everton defender Seamus Coleman has signed a five-year contract extension.

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jelasfirsttouch (Everton) says...

@shea666- he was always good but his progress last season was incredible

Posted 12:47pm 27th June 2014

cosmic dancer (Everton) says...

Astute signing by what's his name. No better RB in the league at present. Oh how I wish he was English.

Posted 12:13pm 27th June 2014

cosmic dancer (Everton) says...

Great news, most exciting right back the Prem's seen in a long time. And he can tackle. His only flaw is not being English!

Posted 12:03pm 27th June 2014

feed the bear (Everton) says...

Well done Seamy, you know it makes sense. Best RB in the league. £60,000 well spent.

Posted 9:45am 27th June 2014

shea666 (Manchester United) says...

I hope he continues to improve and develop as he has done, it's only good news for Ireland, he's already our best playAnd it reflects well on the League of Ireland that someone of this quality was bought directly from Sligo Rovers

Posted 12:49am 27th June 2014

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