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‘Never do that!’: Seamus Coleman loves having player back in Everton training, he’s so happy he’s there
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‘Never do that!’: Seamus Coleman loves having player back in Everton training, he’s so happy he’s there

Everton have released footage on their YouTube channel of the squad back in training.

The Toffees face West Ham on Sunday subject to any further postponements.

The squad were put through their paces with fitness drills, some small sided games and finishing practice.

Frank Lampard’s side seemed in high spirits, and will be working hard to achieve their first league win of the season.

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Toffees fans will be glad to see Dominic Calvert-Lewin back training with the squad.

The forward produced some brilliant finishes while working with new signing Neal Maupay.

As the players were approaching the pitch, Seamus Coleman was really happy to have Idrissa Gueye with him.

The Senegalese international was under his arm, and as they posed for pictures, Coleman pointed at Gueye.

“I never do that, and that’s because Gana’s back, I never do that!” Coleman said, as they walked on.

Coleman happy to have Gueye back

Gueye was one of Everton’s main transfer targets this summer.

The move took longer than Lampard would have liked, but the Senegalese international is now through the door.

Everton believe that Gueye could be the perfect partner for fellow new signing Amadou Onana in midfield.

Gueye is an elite defensive midfielder, and can allow who he lines up alongside in midfield to be more creative.

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Everton performances have been steadily improving this season, and they were unlucky only to pick up a point in the Merseyside Derby.

Gueye made his second debut in that match, and could be in line to start Everton’s next match.

It’s no surprise Coleman is so happy to see Gueye back on the training ground.

The pair played together when Everton were regularly competing for the European spots.

Coleman will be hoping his teammate can lift them back to their previous levels again.

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