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    Seamus Coleman

    on the bench tonight for everton in the fa cup. lets hope he makes the breakthrough there. fantastic full back.

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    you sure? According to the lineups on evertonfc.com - http://www.evertonfc.com/match/repor...rpool.html?t=4 - the subs were Jack Rodwell, Joseph Yobo, Lars Jacobsen, Carlo Nash, Segundo Castillo, Andy Van der Meyde and Dan Gosling

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    Coleman was not on the bench today.

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    By this time next year he will be first team regular for Everton

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    sean connor has said he expects coleman to make his irish debut within the next 2 years
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    Quote Originally Posted by dannydundalk View Post
    sean connor has said he expects coleman to make his irish debut within the next 2 years
    I had hope for him up until I read that

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    to be fair everton is a great club for him to join..david moyes isnt afraid to throw a yound lad into the mix if he thinks hes ready..look at the likes of wayne rooney, leon osman, jack rodwell and dan gosling they all played for everton before the age of 18 (i could be wrong) so coleman definitely has a chance if he works hard
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    Coleman

    Dont go jumping the gun es only there a week , give him time , hes a great raw talent with a bright future

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    i know im not under any allusions..some people are saying he'll be right back for the euro qualifiers..now thats jumping the gun.. all im saying is moyes has a good reputation for blooding youngsters so it was probably the best prem club for him to go to in terms of first team oppurtunities and development
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    Took him signing for Everton before a thread was started on him here, signed for a Premiership club so becomes great over-night.

    Seamie has been a great player for a while now, he didn't need to sign for Everton to show that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sligoman View Post
    Took him signing for Everton before a thread was started on him here. Signed for a Premiership club so becomes great over-night.

    Seamie has been a great player for a while now, he didn't need to sign for Everton to show that.
    Well in fairness Everton are a slightly bigger club playing at a slightly higher level!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razors left peg View Post
    Well in fairness Everton are a slightly bigger club playing at a slightly higher level!!!!!
    Has he played for them yet to prove that he's ready for this higher level? I'm not saying that he's not(I think he is), just annoyed that just because he's signed for Everton he's been mentioned on the Ireland forum straight away. He's the same player that played with Rovers last November, people would probably have laughed at the thought of him playing for Ireland back then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sligoman View Post
    Has he played for them yet to prove that he's ready for this higher level? I'm not saying that he's not(I think he is), just annoyed that just because he's signed for Everton he's been mentioned on the Ireland forum straight away. He's the same player that played with Rovers last November, people would probably have laughed at the thought of him playing for Ireland back then.
    Nobody here has said that he should be considered for the national team yet. But if in a year or so time he has gotten into Evertons first team and is playing regularly then yes he should be considered.
    Im a season ticket holder in the League of Ireland for years but I dont think that any player from here can be expected to go from playing against the likes of UCD, Cobh, Finn Harps, Galway United etc to go into the National team to play away to Italy for example.Yes I would love if the League he was strong enough for that and in future I hope it is but at the moment that players have to be playing consistantly against a higher standard of opposition if they want to be regulars in Ireland squads

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    Quote Originally Posted by sligoman View Post
    Has he played for them yet to prove that he's ready for this higher level? I'm not saying that he's not(I think he is), just annoyed that just because he's signed for Everton he's been mentioned on the Ireland forum straight away. He's the same player that played with Rovers last November, people would probably have laughed at the thought of him playing for Ireland back then.
    just like to point out he was mentioned in the U-21 squad and game threads quite a bit.
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    Seamus Coleman made his debut for Everton reserves in a 1-0 loss against Middlesbrough in the FA Premier Reserve League tonight.
    He "gave a solid debut performance at right-back, playing a full 90 minutes for Andy Holden's side, contributing to what was a confident display by the Blues' back four up until the final minute," according to Everton website.
    They conceded a last minute winner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciaran View Post
    Its worth noting the lad hasn't even been given a Squad number for Everton, thats how far down the pecking order he is.

    Ciaran WTF does squad numbers have to with him not being in the squad ? he's probably not getting one this season as its likely he wont feature till next season in the first team. Well I shouldn't argue with you as its obvious you don't give two sh!tes about the LoI or players who leave the LoI and go abroad to play, by the way, hows Keith Fahey getting on at Birmingham ?
    Coleman for Ireland

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciaran View Post
    Its a relevant comment when the topic creator claims he's on the bench in the FA Cup. That won't be happening in the foreseeable future. =D
    He's classed as a first teamer though!

    Proof here and here
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    looked decent enough in the U21's tonight at Rightback. Unfortunately went off injured in the 2nd half though.
    I thought you were off the drink Ronnie?

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    I thought he was super for the U21s. Looks a far better player than McShane in that position - he's not afraid of the ball for a start.

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    Have heard he has been given a squad number - No. 31
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