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Just to reiterate what everyone one else has said about Seamus, he has been a huge missing part in our team and last night showed how much we needed someone to take control of the ball and bring it forward, something that Seamus is excellent at and his link up play after only one game with Walcott can only bode well for the future. His determination and enthusiasm is the epitome of what we are about and what we have been severely missing, without a shadow of a doubt he should be our next captain next season.On a side note, hats off to JJK for deputising, you cant knock what he has done in filling the void what Seamus left, however he has a fair way to go to be looking at challenging for a place, but he does have the best to learn from.Welcome back Seamus !
Nice link up with Walcott last night. Two quality players on the wing playing in tandem is something we have missed badly. Colecott?As for Coleman, captain, warrior, baller and a gentleman. Best piece of business ever in the Premier League?
Give him the armband.
Iím guessing a bit more goes into picking a captain. Some players are best off not being captain too. Think Sťamus would be good as it happens as he always comes across well in interviews too.
The guy is Everton personified, arguably our most influential player. Such a grounded lad who seems to appreciate what football has given him.Lets hope we ease him back in and not expect him to be playing 90 mins twice a week going forward, he'd have been running on adrenaline last night.
I don't think we'll be playing twice a week for a little while...
If we finish 7th we might. I'm not sure on the permutations which allowed us to last season but I'm imagining that their is more than a decent chance the top clubs might walk home with the trophies again this year.
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