Gary Neville has named three players outside of the 'Big Six' who he would like to have seen play for Man United...
"Everton were a bit naive... Not getting a player of his quality and at his age. They have missed out there."
“Slowly but surely, we are gathering some more leaders across the squad. The younger lads are coming in..."
"it's great to have one of the experienced guys on board. He’ll be a sounding board for the Everton manager."
Everton captain Seamus Coleman plans to “keep going as long as possible” after signing a one-year contract extension.
Coleman has spent over 12 years at Goodison Park since joining in a £60,000 transfer from Sligo Rovers.
“It is important for a manager to have in his squad a player who is setting the standards really high..."
The C-team will be managed by Clough, play at the City of Manchester Stadium and be led by Coutinho.
Seamus Coleman admits the players did not think European qualification was even possible a few months ago.
Carlo Ancelotti was satisfied with a point from a draw at West Ham which lacked quality...
The season began swimmingly for this lot. But four months in, they've been discarded to the bench. If they're lucky...
"We want to be having more of an impact on our own season rather than putting dents in other peoples'."
This is not what we have come to expect from the BBC. Plus, more utter guff.
And so can three Everton players and Virgil van Dijk. And are there really no excellent left-backs around?
Seamus Coleman is back in the Republic of Ireland squad for the first time in a year since double leg break.
Seamus Coleman sympathises with those Everton fans who are "paying good money" to see them lose.
Big Sam also wasn't happy with the Goodison Park boo-boys...
Everton fans might want to buy Sam Allardyce a pint of wine; that right side looks tasty.
Banter. But Allardyce believes Theo can be pivotal for Everton alongside a 'super-human' team-mate...
Everton right-back Seamus Coleman made his return in the Under-23's Premier League Cup on Tuesday.
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...