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|Birthdate||October 11th, 1988|
|Length||1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)|
Coleman Salary & Net Worth Revealed
SALARY 2020How much does he earn?
In May 2017 the right back signed a contract with Everton that nets him a whopping salary of 4.2 Million Euro (3.6 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €11,475 (£9,921) per day and €478 (£413) per hour!
|Per month||€350,000||£302,589||Per week||€85,366||£73,802||Per day||€11,475||£9,921||Per hour||€478||£413||Per minute||€7.97||£6.89||Per second||€0.13||£0.11|
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Wow! This means the average man in the UK needs to work for at least 10.1 years to earn the same as Cole earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
The Irishman has been playing for Everton from very early on his career, a tenure spanning over a decade at Goodison Park has earned him a net worth close to €21.9 million (£19 million). There was never a question of leaving Everton in his prime years, now at the age of 30 his market value is somwhere around €15.6 million (£13.5 million).
|Net Worth||21.9 Million Euro (19 Million Pound)|
|Market Value||15.6 Million Euro (13.5 Million Pound)|
Coleman Tattoo - Does he have one?
The defender playing for Ireland, he has no ink work on his skin which is quite surprising for an Irishman eh? (Image: Twitter)
Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?
Seamus Coleman Wife - Rachel Cunningham
The Irish defender married his childhood sweetheart in his native Donegal. The couple had been in a relationship together for 11 years! (Image: Imgur.com)
Seamus Coleman Wife - Rachel Cunningham
The pair photographed together all smiles and laughs. (Image: Imgur.com)
Family - Get to know them
Daughter - Lilly
The right-back with his daughter in Goodison Park after Everton's final game of the season. (Image: Imgur.com)
Coleman Car - What does he drive?
The Irish defender driving a stylish pair of wheels on his way out of training. (Image: Imgur.com)
House - Where does he live?
Location: Liverpool, England
The Irishman has been a tenant in Merseyside, England for over decade, spending a lot of his time on the green pitches of Everton FC. (Image: Twitter)
Born in Killybegs, Donegal, Ireland, he was originally a Gaelic footballer, playing as a back on his local GAA team Na Cealla Beaga. In 2006 he was spotted by League of Ireland Premier Division club Sligo Rovers when he played against them in a friendly for his hometown club St. Catherine's. He made 55 appearances for the Bit o' Reds during his time with them. In January 2009 the Irishman signed for Premier League club Everton for a fee of £60,000. His debut came in a crushing 5-0 defeat to Portuguese giants Benfica in the Europa League; his Premier League debut would come three days later against Tottenham Hotspurs, the defender was named man-of-the-match after coming on as a second half substitute, assisting both of Everton's goals in a 2-2 draw. He spent the rest of the season on loan to EFL Championship club Blackpool, helping them win promotion after beating Cardiff City 3-2 in the playoff final. Upon his return he'd become the first choice right-back for Everton, making 34 Premier League appearances with 4 goals and 3 assists. In the 2013/14 season he made 36 Premier League appearances while registering 6 goals and 2 assists, Everton would finish fifth in the table and the defender would win a host of accolades for his performances including a place in PFA Team of the Year, Everton Player's Player of the Year, and Everton Supporter's Player of the Year. Over the next three seasons he would continue to perform at the highest level for Everton making 104 overall appearances with a total tally of over 20 goals and assists. On March 2017 the defender suffered a horrific injury when he broke his leg playing for Ireland after a dangerous tackle by Welshman Neil Taylor. He underwent surgery on a fractured tibia and fibula of his right leg. The Irish defender would make his Everton return on 31 January 2018 in a 2-1 win over Leicester City.