Seamus Coleman’s Man-of-the Match performance against Manchester United has seen the Irish star praised from all quarters, and the defender revealed a pep-talk from coach Duncan Ferguson had the Toffees fired up to face ex-boss David Moyes’s side.
Rumours of Umbro’s demise appear exaggerated with the announcement of Everton’s deal with the sportswear company. The Toffees will wear the famous double diamond brand from the start of next season as part of a new five-year partnership.
While Sky Sports are busy drooling over Ross Barkley, his Everton teammate Seamus Coleman has been making headlines of his own. A cracking goal against Swansea last week, followed by another screamer against Southampton took the Irishman’s tally to five. Could Donegal’s finest be the next Gareth Bale?
Everton have revealed the new club crest that will adorn the jersey next season, after a consultation process involving over 20,000 fans.
When Everton decided to change their club crest ahead of the new Premier League season, they were met with a backlash from fans. Among other items, the club motto ‘Nil Satis Nisi Optimum’ – ‘nothing but the best is good enough’ – was removed. Such was the reaction that the Goodison Park outfit took the decision to choose a new emblem in consultation with the fans. The voting process is almost at an end with the choices narrowed to three.
Seamus Coleman and Darron Gibson show off the new Everton Nike away kit. Tipperary anyone?
It’s a big season for Everton’s Shane Duffy. Captain of the Irish U21 side, the Derryman is eyeing a gap in the Toffees’ back-line and a return to Giovanni Trapattoni’s Republic plans. Having suffered a life-threatening injury on international duty, Duffy knows all about comebacks.