Seamus Coleman: I feel like a footballer again

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Seamus Coleman finally returned to action this week with the Toffees' Under-23 side, while Maarten Stekelenburg and Ramiro Funes Mori remain sidelined with long-term injuries. That one was more for the few fans that were here that there are no psychological effects.

The right-back suffered the sickening fracture during a World Cup qualifier for Republic of Ireland against Wales in March.

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I enjoyed the game.

"It was heartbreaking for me to see, nothing to do with my own injury, just because he's a very close friend and someone that I really admire". They tried to change the game when I could be involved and thankfully they have been able to do it.

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Coleman told the club's website, http://www.evertonfc.com: "It was obviously heartbreaking for me to see". I managed to get some minutes under my belt and that was fantastic.

The Blues boss was watching on, alongside first-team coach Duncan Ferguson, as the 29-year-old made his return from injury and would have been optimistic about Coleman's chances of returning earlier than first thought. "It was great to be able to feel like a footballer again - it's a fantastic feeling". The Blues need Coleman's attacking ability, and his defensive acumen will improve whoever lines up next to him in the coming weeks - be it Mason Holgate or Michael Keane.

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Sam Allardyce is being careful as to when Coleman is ready to make the next step, anxious to ensure he does not cause a further lay-off by returning too soon. Obviously I need to get back playing week in, week out to show that I am back.

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