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Seamus Coleman was at the Glenswilly-Killybegs game today

The Irish soccer player will have been disappointed at the outcome of this afternoon’s match.

EVERTON AND IRELAND star Seamus Coleman showed that he hasn’t forgotten his roots by showing up at Glenswily’s 3-19 to 2-6 win over Kilybegs today.

It was earlier this week reported that Coleman would be cheering on Killybegs, having been neighbours with one of their players, David Conwell, while growing up.

Coleman clearly went out of his way to make the game, having only yesterday played an important role in his side’s win over Hull in the Premier League.


(INPHO/Kieran Murray)

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