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Why Seamus Coleman might have to modify his game to carry on at Everton

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I may be proved wrong but I think his game and I think with everyone's game, we all have to modify our game [at some stage].”

Everton's Seamus Coleman might have to modify his game as he cannot “continue to do the things he has done throughout his career.” That's the verdict of former Blues player Kevin Kilbane who finished his international career with the Republic of Ireland in 2011 – the same year that Coleman began his.

Kilbane told Off The Ball's official YouTube channel: “I don't think Seamus Coleman can continue to do the things he has done throughout his career.

One of the Premier League's all-time bargain buys – a £60,000 snip from Sligo Rovers – a price tag which famously inspired a Gwladys Street chant, Coleman has been a revelation for Everton at right-back since first establishing himself as a first team regular back in the 2010/11 season.

However, at the age of 30 and having battled back from a sickening double leg break of his tibia and fibula following a horror challenge by Wales' Neil Taylor in March 2017, Coleman is finding his place in the Blues side being seriously challenged for the first time since breaking through.

“I think physically to do the things he has done through his career...

His form has come under increasing scrutiny this season and Jonjoe Kenny has been preferred in his position for the past two games at home to Leicester City and Lincoln City.
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