Stats Zone Premier League Team of the Season 2013/14
Right-back: Seamus Coleman (Everton)
Ever willing to attack adventurously while remaining defensively solid, Seamus Coleman personifies the rebirth of Everton under Roberto Martinez. That's not to say the Toffees didn't send the full-backs forward last term – after all, Leighton Baines was the Stats Zone Premier League Full-Back of the Season 2012/13 – but Coleman did so with an attacking élan which caught the eye.
Thoroughly enjoying himself up and down the flank, the Irishman contributed 64 dribbles, created 43 goalscoring chances and scored half a dozen goals, equally split between his left and right pegs. Only Martin Skrtel, across the park at Liverpool, contributed more goals from defence. Coleman's creative consistency and kinetic coverage of the entire right flank make him the Stats Zone Premier League Full-Back of the Season 2013/14.
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