Seamus Named Players' Player

Seamus Named Players' Player

Seamus Coleman has been named Players' Players of the Season at Everton's ninth annual End of Season Awards.

The right-back picked up the honour after being voted the winner by his Blues peers.

Coleman joined a list of past victors that includes Sylvain Distin, Phil Jagielka and three-time winner Leighton Baines.

Defensively, the Republic of Ireland international has played a major role in helping Everton's lean rearguard - one that has conceded a meagre 39 goals in the Premier League this term.

However, Coleman's goalscoring form has also been notable, with the 25-year-old having bagged seven goals in all competitions.

Speaking live to evertontv upon receiving his award, Coleman said: “It’s a very proud for moment for myself. These are the lads I train and play with every Saturday, so it’s a great honour to get their vote.”

Coleman, a January 2009 arrival from League of Ireland outfit Sligo Rovers, had one of his seven strikes - his stunner at Swansea City in December - in contention to win the Goal of the Season prize.

And the full-back admitted he has been delighted by his attacking contribution in 2013/14.

He added: “My form has been good and I’ve been happy with how I have played this season. I got off to a good start in the first game [at Norwich] and I have managed to kick-on from there.”

The 2013/14 Everton Player of the Season Award was sponsored by Mech & Tech.

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