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Coleman: Win a turning point

Pin Coleman celebrating a goal. AFP
Coleman celebrating a goal. AFP

Coleman: Win a turning point

Everton defender Seamus Coleman hopes that this win means the beginning of something big.

Everton are currently seventh in the Premier League with 23 points, while the leaders Chelsea have 14 points more. They won yesterday 2-1 against Arsenal and this win has pushed their self-confidence.

"I hope it's a turning point. It is important that in the next game we play, the derby, we show the same passion.

"We need to show that in every game this season. It is such a tough league that if you switch off for a minute or aren't on your game from the start then you will be punished.

"It was important that we put in a performance where afterwards we could go home and look in the mirror no matter what the result.

"It is something that we haven't been doing of late and we came together as a team and spoke about how we can put things right. Against Arsenal that was the Everton I know and the Everton of old out there," Seamus Coleman told 'Sky Sports

"We understand the fans' frustration when performances aren't good enough. We are frustrated as well. We are doing all that we can to win games at this football club.

"It is important that we all stick together because, when Goodison is rocking like that, it is definitely a 12th man out there and that makes it difficult for teams to come here".

Melissa Rojas Tänzer

Melissa Rojas Tänzer

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