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Seamus Coleman Surprises Everton Fan With Heartwarming Gesture

Seamus Coleman Surprises Everton Fan With Heartwarming Gesture
By Michael Bolton Updated
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Seamus Coleman continues to show that he is one of the nicest people in football as he made a surprise trip to an Everton fans home.

As the return of the Premier League is set to commence in a matter of days, Seamus Coleman will aim to help Everton up the table when they take on Wolves after six week break for the World Cup.

However, that didn't stop him from making an Everton fans day in heartwarming footage.

The Everton and Ireland captain made a surprise visit to life long Everton fan Ray Anson, who was in a state of complete shock and joy when he saw him walk into the kitchen.

Seamus Coleman presented him with a signed jersey from the Everton team, along with some chocolates from the club.

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The Anson family are overjoyed for Ray, who can't believe the incredibly kind act. This lovely moment was all captured by his grandson Adam, who couldn't get over how happy his grandfather was.

"Grandad got a surprise visit off Seamus Coleman this morning. First time I’ve seen him absolutely speechless. Seamus was an absolute gent with him - handing over a signed shirt, chocolates and a card before catching up over all things Everton."

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Through all the good times, and indeed the bad, Seamus Coleman has never forgot his roots, and those who are the support him, in both the green of Ireland or the blue or Everton.

It hasn't been the easiest period of time for Coleman. Everton are currently just one point outside the relegation zone, while Coleman's playing days have been reduced for club and country.

However, he never lets that bring him down as he his charitable and heartwarming attitude makes him a favourite among all football fans.

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Earlier in the week, Seamus Coleman attended Zoe's Place Baby Hospice, alongside teammate  Tom Davies.

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