Posts Tagged ‘Seamus Coleman’

Seamus Coleman current Ireland international and captain has spoke about his desire to go back playing Gaelic Football again. The Donegal native who plays with Everton FC in the English Premier League, togged out for St Catherine’s and Killybegs before turning to soccer to play with League of Ireland side Sligo Rovers and subsequently becoming […] Read the rest of this entry »
Seamus Coleman will never forget his roots after starting his professional career in the SSE Airtricity League and the Republic of Ireland captain would like to return one day…to manage. The former Sligo Rovers full-back was a special guest on the latest episode of Greatest League In The World – the official weekly podcast of the SSE […] Read the rest of this entry »
There is finally some light at the end of the tunnel for Republic of Ireland Captain Seamus Coleman with news that he is back in training with his club Everton after recovering from the broken leg he suffered in a World Cup Qualifier against Wales last March. Read the rest of this entry »
The Republic of Ireland team squad underwent a light recovery session on Saturday, 25 March following on from the scoreless draw with Wales at Aviva Stadium the previous evening. Read the rest of this entry »
On Friday night at the Aviva stadium on Lansdowne Road, before a vocal full house, the Republic of Ireland and ten-man Wales played out a scoreless draw in their World Cup qualifier. Read the rest of this entry »
With Ireland international Seamus Coleman among the names being linked to Manchester United during the summer transfer window, we take a look at what the 26 year old former Sligo Rovers full back will offer his perspective suitors. Read the rest of this entry »
Seamus Coleman has said he owes new Manchester United boss David Moyes a huge debt for turning him into the player he is today. Read the rest of this entry »