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 By Chris Borg

Gabriel Jesus, Mavropanos lead Premier League Team of the Weekend

After the most recent round of Premier League fixtures, ESPN FC presents its Team of the Weekend, selected by Gab Marcotti, Paul Mariner and Steve Nicol.

Do you agree or disagree? You can have your say on those picked or overlooked in the comments section at the foot of the article or on Twitter using the hashtag #TOTW.

ESPN FC's latest Team of the Weekend. Do you agree or disagree?
ESPN FC's latest Team of the Weekend.

Goalkeeper: Southampton manager Mark Hughes said his side's desperately needed win over Bournemouth had been reward for their recent improvement, and he would have been...

Wayne Rooney, Everton lack ambition, creativity again vs. Swansea

A campaign that began with genuine hopes of progress is instead ending with Everton manager Sam Allardyce lauding the mediocre, describing a 1-1 draw at Swansea on Saturday as a "great point."

This pitiful embrace of mediocrity is turning a storied club into an irrelevance. There is no scenario in which settling for a point against the team fourth from bottom in the league is acceptable. Yet here was Allardyce going one step further and actively protecting a point, introducing centre-back Ramiro...

Sam Allardyce must make Seamus Coleman captain to inspire supporters

Everton and under-pressure manager Sam Allardyce are running out of time -- and matches -- in their increasingly laboured attempts to salvage something from this season. The Toffees would need to win all nine remaining league games to match the 61-point return from last season.

Any illusions Allardyce might have had about the task facing him and the expectation of supporters are surely gone. His backtracking after ill-advised comparisons between Everton and some of his former clubs is testament...

 By PA Sport

Everton's Seamus Coleman to make Republic of Ireland return vs. Turkey

Everton defender Seamus Coleman has been selected for the Republic of Ireland's friendly.

Seamus Coleman is back in the Republic of Ireland squad for the first time since fracturing his right leg in March 2017.

Coleman, 29, has been included by manager Martin O'Neill for the friendly against Turkey in Antalya on March 23, a day short of a year since his injury.

The Everton full-back underwent surgery after breaking his leg during a goalless World Cup qualifying draw with Wales at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

Coleman was hurt in a challenge by Neil Taylor 72 minutes into a tight encounter...

 By PA Sport

Everton defender Seamus Coleman makes return to action with U23s

Everton defender Seamus Coleman made his return to action in the under-23's Premier League Cup clash with Portsmouth.

Coleman, 29, played 58 minutes at Goodison Park as he works his way back to full fitness.

The right-back suffered a double leg fracture in Republic of Ireland's goalless draw with Wales at the Aviva Stadium in March and only returned to training earlier this month.

His Everton and Ireland teammate James McCarthy suffered a similar season-ending injury during Saturday's 1-1 draw with...

Everton defender Seamus Coleman resumes training after breaking leg

Seamus Coleman has been out of action since March.

Everton boss Sam Allardyce says Seamus Coleman is back in training nearly 10 months after breaking his leg.

Coleman, 29, suffered a double break of his right leg following a tackle with Wales' Neil Taylor back in March while playing for the Republic of Ireland in a World Cup qualifier.

Speaking at Everton's annual general meeting, Allardyce said: "Seamus Coleman is due back. He has started training."

Last month Allardyce revealed Everton were using the latest technology to help with Coleman with...