Seamus Coleman made his first ever appearance in The Everton Show studio on Friday night - watch on demand below now.
The right-back joined host Darren Griffiths and Club Ambassador Ian Snodin on the blue sofa to discuss his rehabilitation from the double leg break he suffered in March, review the Club’s end of season awards, The Dixies, and look ahead to the final home game of the season against Watford.
Coleman also reflected on his eight years with the Toffees and his meteoric rise from Sligo Rovers to the Premier League, and being named captain of Republic of Ireland.
On top of that, we took viewers behind-the-scenes to see the pitchside and dressing-room celebrations of Everton’s Under-23s after they lifted the Premier League 2 trophy on Monday night, delivered a special report on who won what when the manager, first-team and fans got together to celebrate the 2016/17 campaign at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall, and aired exclusive footage of Chairman Bill Kenwright’s on-stage address to supporters.
Elsewhere, Phil Jagielka assessed his teammates’ attempts at dressing up for the blue carpet, Ramiro Funes Mori told us why welcoming a new arrival to his family has helped him come to terms with the injury that cut short his season, and Ronald Koeman reflected on a positive home campaign for the Blues.
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