Seamus Coleman came in for a lot of criticism from supporters after Everton’s 1-0 defeat to Burnley – the 30-year-old underperformed on the day and was sent off after receiving two yellow cards.
Coleman’s form has been inconsistent this season which has led to talk of Djibril Sidibe potentially replacing him at right-back. Whether Marco Silva considers a change remains to be seen, but Coleman could be making up his manager’s mind with below-par performances.
Marco Silva says he’s not worried. Well Very few players are either.
Coleman – not good enough
Keane – not good enough
Delph – not good enough
Schneiderlin – not good enough
Sigurdson – not good enough
Calvert-Lewin – not good enough
Where does it all stop #silvaout #EFC
— suisse (@chilemjh) October 7, 2019
Said it last week after Everton played Manchester City, Seamus Coleman is finished as number one choice at RB in the premier league. Far to slow and no surprise he was sent off yesterday.
— DavidJosephWalton (@DavidJosephWal4) October 6, 2019
Seamus Coleman needs to take the brunt of the blame for yesterday. His first yellow card which should have been red came from him dithering around on the ball. Getting booked again shortly after was brain dead. Silva needs to bin him. Like he did with Baines/Digne
— ste (@sterushton) October 6, 2019
Jordan Pickford= Overrated
Seamus Coleman= Past it
Michael Keane= Just not good enough
Yerry Mina= Headless Chicken
Lucas Digne= not the same player
Richarlison= like a spoilt child
Siggy= been a ghost this season
Delph = counting money
— MGL (@Marty_Logue) October 5, 2019
As much as I love Seamus coleman an how much of a legend he is at are club hes not good enough no more not jus him keane, gylfi, morgan, theo give the u23s a go cant get any worse
— Allthingseverton (@Allthingsevert1) October 5, 2019
Seamus Coleman, lovely fella, but most uninspirational captain in a long time. Shouldn't be anywhere near that arm band.
— Aidan Walters (@WaldosNuts) October 5, 2019
— The-Toffees.com (@thetoffees_com) October 5, 2019
Seamus Coleman continues to look more and more like a 60 grand footballer #efc
— Liam Grundy (@LiamGrundy1) October 5, 2019
Against Burnley, the Republic of Ireland international played for 56 minutes before his sending off, made 50 touches, created one chance, completed 77.8% of his 36 passes, whipped in one cross, made one tackle and made one successful dribble.
Coleman has tasted defeat in his last four Premier League games and isn’t having the desired effect on the team as club captain. As per Transfermarkt, he’s featured in every top-flight match this season but has managed only four wins, picking up four yellow cards and one red.
Everton are currently 18th in the league with seven points from eight games and haven’t won a game since September 1. Silva needs to make a change to turn things around, so will Coleman be the one to get the axe?