Jose Mourinho said other managers "cry, cry, cry" over injuries. Here's an absent XI worth shedding tears over...
"He's in my mind for the weekend," offers Koeman with one hand, before taking away: "But I have 29 players."
Quite a few players are expected to miss the start of the Premier League season through injury.
Seamus Coleman has signed a new five-year contract that was agreed before the defender broke his leg...
An awful, awful challenge but Taylor's only punishment is a two-match suspension.
It doesn't seem an awful lot when Lionel Messi got four matches for swearing.
"In all my years in football, Seamus is one of the best professionals I've ever worked with at any club."
More on bad fouls and type of players, why Defoe should go to Russia, it can be Winks AND Davies and sensational comebacks...
Ireland manager Martin O'Neill confirms that Seamus Coleman is not in as much pain.
Non-footballers don't wear weird ex-footballer goggles, nor use weird ex-footballer language...
Medics are putting no time-frame on Seamus Coleman's recovery from a double leg fracture.
Joe Ledley says that anybody who thinks he was laughing 'needs their head testing'...
Martin O'Neill has backed Republic of Ireland captain Seamus Coleman to return to his "brilliant" best.
F*** off with your 'not that kind of player' bull. And should Liverpool make a move to bring Daniel Agger back?
"There was no malice in the tackle and he certainly wouldn't have intended to hurt anyone," says Allen.
Nobody ever is. What we do know is that it was a horrific challenge that broke Seamus Coleman's leg.
"We understand the fans' frustration when performances aren't good enough," says Everton full-back.
Seamus Coleman says his clash with Zlatan Ibrahimovic left him struggling to stand straight.
United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has denied deliberately kicking Seamus Coleman in the head.
From ball-playing centre-halves to tough-tackling midfielders, who makes the perfect PL side?
Jose Mourinho is just a budget David Moyes. Manchester United want two Everton players.
Seamus Coleman scored the only goal as a lacklustre Ireland squeaked past Georgia...
Seamus Coleman has his sights set firmly on a trip to the World Cup finals in Russia.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez will make a late decision on whether key defenders John Stones and Seamus Coleman are fit enough to feature in Sunday's Merseyside derby.
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