Seamus Coleman gets captaincy of Everton after spending 21 years at the club

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Irish footballer and captain of Premier League club Everton, Seamus Coleman said that he never thought he would get the captain’s armband at the club and it is something he will ‘never take for granted.

Coleman wrote on the official website of club, “It is something l’ll never take for granted. It’s probably not something I ever thought would happen.”

Coleman joined the club from Sligo Rovers in 2009. He has spent 11 years of his life in the club and now he got the leadership of Everton. It is massive honour for him.

Coleman revealed that, “I came here as a 20-year-old as, I suppose, a reserve player, desperate to do well. I had a two-year contract which I looked at as a two-year trial, really, wanting to impress.”

He further said, “To now be Everton captain is a massive honour for myself and my family. I’ve got my own standards that I live by and to captain this club carries responsibility.”

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