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Everton Move Talked Up



The 'Liverpool Daily Post' has stated that there is still talk that the Seasiders could land Seamus Coleman on loan today.

Coleman, 21, who plays at right back, has played for the Toffees seven times this campaign.

With 'Pool struggling with injuries, at the moment, a move isn't out of the question.

His attacking style, especially when coming on as a substitute against Tottenham in January earned him rave reviews, but he's struggled for consistent first team action since.

Having played for Ireland's U21 and U23's, Coleman looks set to have a bright future.

Whether he ends up at Bloomfield Road this afternoon remains to be seen.
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Date:Thursday March 18 2010

Time: 9:41AM

 

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