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Conor Coady: Seamus Coleman a 'big reason' why Everton are still in the Premier League

Conor Coady has heaped praise on Everton veteran Seamus Coleman, claiming the defender has had a huge role to play in the club's Premier League survival.

Coady, who was on loan at the Toffees last season, believes Coleman's character and leadership is highly influential at Goodison Park, and a priceless asset for the Merseyside club.

"Seamus is one of the best people in football," Coady told BBC 5 Live Sport.

"What he thinks of that football club, I don't think he gets enough credit for. He's been there all of his life, all of his football career really and what he was doing with the lads and what he does on a daily basis, I'll be honest, he's brilliant.

"He drags people through. For me, a big reason why Everton are still in the Premier League is because of Seamus Coleman. 

"Just because of his talking and I'll be honest he has meetings himself, pulls the lads himself, he has meeting with a few of us and he spoke to a few of us about what he wanted to do and we were with him the whole way."

Coleman has been with Everton since 2009, and has made 352 Premier League appearances for the club. The 35-year-old right-back has also scored 22 goals and made 29 assists.

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