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Seamus Coleman is a Republic of Ireland international right-back who was born on October 11, 1988. Coleman began his career at hometown club St. Catherines FC (Killybegs) before moving on to League of Ireland side Sligo Rovers in 2006. In March 2010, Everton signed the attacking right-back for £60,000 amd he made his Toffees’ debut in October in a 5-0 UEFA Europa League loss to Benfica. Coleman's Premier League debut followed three days later against Bolton Wanderers.
He spent the end of 2009/10 on loan at Blackpool, with whom he won the Championship Play-Off Final 3-2 against Cardiff City. Coleman returned to Goodison Park and enjoyed a breakthrough season in 2012/13 where he was handed a new five-and-a-half-year contract and was named in the PFA Team of the Year the following year. Coleman featured at UEFA Euro 2016 and was named Republic of Ireland captain following Robbie Keane’s retirement from international football in September 2016. He is currently Everton captain, too.