Sport Coleman reveals Baines' influence on him

23:05  05 october  2017
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Christian Coleman of Tennessee won NCAA titles in the indoor and outdoor 200m, plus 60m and 100m with two collegiate records in the shorter events.

The 35-year-old has not featured for Everton since the end of January and the game against Burnley might come too soon for him according to Allardyce, who revealed that Eliaquim Mangala is set to miss the rest of the season after Coleman and Baines have been sorely missed by Everton Getty Images.

Everton defender Seamus Coleman has been discussing the influence that Leighton Baines has had on him and his playing career.

As quoted by the Liverpool Echo, the Republic of Ireland international spoke of how he aimed to replicate Baines’ success at the club when he was younger, and was full of praise for his fellow defender.

“Early on, there were quite a few full-backs at Everton. Phil [Neville] was here, Tony Hibbert as well – someone I really looked up to and really wanted to learn from – and Bainesy on the other side.”

“He got in the PFA team of the season twice and has now got the most assists in the Premier League for a defender, so he was someone I probably tried to watch and learn from the most.”

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Coleman alleged Allen spied on him multiple times and also called him and said he hoped to "ensure that I went away and never opened my mouth again." Allen, through his lawyer, called Coleman a "deranged individual" in response.

Coleman is currently sidelined as he continues to recover from a broken leg suffered on international duty. He suffered a horrific broken leg at the end of March in Republic of Ireland’s game against Wales, and still appears to be some time away from making his return.

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This has led to a plethora of options at right-back being tested since by Ronald Koeman, including all of Mason Holgate, Cuco Martina and Jonjoe Kenny.

“We both played in similar positions and that relationship he had with Steven Pienaar was probably the best left-hand side in the league. And when I say probably, I’m sure of it.”

“He probably had that little bit more composure and quality than me in the final third and that was something I wanted to work on and learn from.”

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How Ornette Coleman ’s Prime Time broke the rules and influenced generations. Jamaaladeen Tacuma is the album’s star, though; his basslines are so nimble and complex that Ornette simply didn’t find it necessary to double him up with another player.

Coleman has that you-better-put-a-safety-over-the-top-of-him speed that can be invaluable for most offenses and offensive coordinators. Hell, get him on a few end-arounds, a couple carries at running back and a flea flicker or two and watch Coleman fill up your fucking stat sheet.

Baines is held in high regard at Goodison Park by the Toffees’ supporters, and it looks as though the players show a similar level of respect and appreciation for the experienced left-back.

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