Seamus Coleman has signed a new contract with Everton that will see him remain with the club until 2019.
Seamus Coleman was one of two Everton defenders to register an own goal and that was all it took for Southampton to take the points in a match the Toffees could not afford to lose as their chase for a Champions League spot took a major hit in a 2-0 loss.
In a heated contest between Everton and Cardiff City, it was a goal from Seamus Coleman in the final moments that gave the Toffees a thrilling 2-1 win.
"Seamus Coleman has come through training really well" according to Everton manager Roberto Martinez, signaling a return at fullback for the Toffees XI this weekend against Tottenham Hotspur.
An update on the injury to Everton fullback Seamus Coleman has been released. According to Everton's official website, he has a "minor soft tissue injury."
Seamus Coleman was substituted out of today's match against West Brom with a hamstring injury. The move may have just been preventative, but Everton will learn more over the coming days.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez will reward Republic of Ireland international Seamus Coleman with a raise at the end of the season due to his recent success this season.
Seamus Coleman has been named on Everton's injury list but it appears very likely that he will pass fit and feature against Chelsea.
Seamus Coleman did not find the score sheet as Everton and West Brom played to a 0-0 draw at Goodison Park.
Seamus Coleman, playing at right back, assisted on Everton's first goal and scored the go-ahead goal only to see Norwich peg them back for a 2-2 draw.
Everton have been linked with a variety of wide players this summer and appear to be getting close to landing one in Spartak Moscow player Aiden McGeady.