The Seamus Coleman image every football fan has been dying to see

Barsaba Taglieri
Agosto 12, 2017

Following his horrendous injury in March, Seamus Coleman has returned to the training ground on Merseyside.

"Seamus Coleman has stepped up his rehabilitation from a broken leg by working outdoors at USM Finch Farm", the club said last night.

The Toffees right-back has spent the last five months recuperating from the horrific injury he sustained on worldwide duty with the Republic of Ireland back in March.

The Donegal native has been shown lots of support since that challenge from Neil Taylor - with Ronald Koeman and his Everton backroom staff making the trip across to Killybegs ahead of handing the 28-year-old a deal that will keep him with the Toffees until 2022. Among the snaps was a very welcome sight. That's none other than Coleman in the bottom right image, doing some resistance training.

Coleman recently donated around £8,000 to Everton in the Community's "Home is Where the Heart is" campaign after a number of fans cycled 230 miles from Goodison Park to his hometown of Sligo in June to raise funds for the homeless - a fee which ironically took the overall donation to £60,000, which was the amount Everton paid for him back in January 2009.

Coleman is still recovering from the broken leg he suffered while on global duty at home to Wales in March, and he is unlikely to play again this calendar year.

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