Seamus Coleman has made his comeback tonight ... with Everton U-23’s

Seamus Coleman has made his comeback tonight ... with Everton U-23’s

Seamus Coleman has taken a significant step in his return from injury this evening.

The Republic of Ireland captain has started for Everton’s under-23’s against Portsmouth.

It’s Coleman’s first game since suffering a double leg break in last March’s World Cup qualifier draw with Wales at the Aviva.

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