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Everton captain aiming to do better with club and country after tough season

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Séamus Coleman is looking forward to a better season with Everton and the Republic of Ireland. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

Séamus Coleman is looking forward to a better season with Everton and the Republic of Ireland. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

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Séamus Coleman is looking forward to a better season with Everton and the Republic of Ireland. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

The new season is still only days old and yet the questions and challenges keep coming for one of the longest-serving players in the Premier League.

Everton have had a dismal start to the season and there’s been no chance for their captain, Séamus Coleman, to play a part as he’s only just back from an injury sustained on Ireland duty in June. At international level, Coleman now has a €24m player, Nathan Collins, to add to the competition for his place and already the indications are that his fight at club level will be a relegation battle. Another one.


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