February 22, 2018, 09:15:44 PM

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February 01, 2018, 08:37:04 PM
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February 01, 2018, 08:55:55 PM
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Great post, the performance of Seamus and his bravery in this day and age was fantastic. And as you say and not to be forgotten JJK brilliant as his deputy. Seamus must be our next captain. Not to put cold water on this, but did anyone else find it a bit strange Seamus played the full game after being out with a serious injury ?

I'm guessing he's mentally stronger than your average footballer.

February 01, 2018, 09:09:47 PM
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February 01, 2018, 09:16:40 PM
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Theomas ?
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February 01, 2018, 09:26:54 PM
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bacon sarnie


He's a don cherry "he's a beauty!!"

Seriously though. Don cherry would love him eh? He's just that type of player. He just seems like a guy who would drop the gloves with anyone to protect a teammate.

He would without a doubt....eh! Seamus would have knocked Tie Domi's block off after having made Bob Probert cry like a baby.

(Can't stand Don Cherry anymore but know what you mean like.....)

February 01, 2018, 10:21:03 PM
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February 02, 2018, 12:42:33 AM
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February 02, 2018, 12:53:53 AM
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I've got a pet shrimp called Seamus.

He was given his name a few days after the horrific injury last year.

Seamus the shrimp.

Yes i'm being totally serious btw.

February 02, 2018, 01:17:59 AM
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No shame in that
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February 02, 2018, 03:27:45 PM
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I've got a pet shrimp called Seamus.

He was given his name a few days after the horrific injury last year.

Seamus the shrimp.

Yes i'm being totally serious btw.


Didnít know you can keep a shrimp as a pet tbh
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February 02, 2018, 04:42:52 PM
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I've got a pet shrimp called Seamus.

He was given his name a few days after the horrific injury last year.

Seamus the shrimp.

Yes i'm being totally serious btw.




February 02, 2018, 04:53:13 PM
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I've got a pet shrimp called Seamus.

He was given his name a few days after the horrific injury last year.

Seamus the shrimp.

Yes i'm being totally serious btw.

Are you you sure it is your shrimp that you are petting?

February 02, 2018, 06:13:55 PM
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As well as putting in a relatively heroic performance and being a thoroughly likeable lad, I think the reason we've all loved Seamus coming back in so much is that he's a connection to a different time for Everton, when things made a lot more sense, and there was a lot more stability.

Since we've entered into the Moshiri era (which I support fully, and think will ultimately be a force for good), things have been a bit all over the place - different managers, players coming in and out of the club very quickly, unrecongniseable performances from one week to the next.

It's been a very chaotic, unstable time for Evertonians and it's so comforting and reassuring that amid all the change and indecision, a Colossus like Seamus Coleman still stands granite-like, unaffected by the winds of change that have blown through Goodison Park. A hero for all the ages.
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Kathie: Is there a way to win?
Jeff: There's a way to lose more slowly.

February 04, 2018, 01:32:29 AM
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As well as putting in a relatively heroic performance and being a thoroughly likeable lad, I think the reason we've all loved Seamus coming back in so much is that he's a connection to a different time for Everton, when things made a lot more sense, and there was a lot more stability.

Since we've entered into the Moshiri era (which I support fully, and think will ultimately be a force for good), things have been a bit all over the place - different managers, players coming in and out of the club very quickly, unrecongniseable performances from one week to the next.

It's been a very chaotic, unstable time for Evertonians and it's so comforting and reassuring that amid all the change and indecision, a Colossus like Seamus Coleman still stands granite-like, unaffected by the winds of change that have blown through Goodison Park. A hero for all the ages.

And that he cost us what some of our current shite players earn for a disinterested half of play doesn't hurt.

He's everything you can ask for in a footballer--brave, skilled, loyal, humble, etc.--minus so much of the garbage you get from 21st century footballers. Top lad.
Everton forever.

February 10, 2018, 11:27:14 PM
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Any news on Seamus as to why he was taken off at HT today ?
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