Vitaliy Mykolenko Shares What Seamus Coleman Has Been Telling Everyone at Everton Ahead of Liverpool Game

As Everton gears up for tonight’s crucial Merseyside derby, the significance of the match is not lost on club captain Seamus Coleman, who has been with Everton for nearly 15 years, making him the longest-serving player.

Coleman, an integral part of the team and a figure beloved by Evertonians, has remained loyal to the club despite offers from elsewhere, including interest from Manchester United and Chelsea in 2014. His dedication has endeared him to fans and players alike, with many considering him a true Evertonian.

Ahead of the highly anticipated derby clash, Ukrainian defender Vitaliy Mykolenko highlighted the importance of the match, acknowledging the electric atmosphere expected at Goodison Park. Mykolenko stressed that the players must earn the support of the fans, a sentiment echoed by Coleman within the team.

“Mykolenko issued his rally cry for supporters, noting, ‘Of course, it’s harder for me to talk about the history compared to the local guys because I am an international player, but I know exactly what this derby is. This means a lot for our fans, for our team, and people around the Club… only a couple of days ago, Seamus [Coleman] was making sure everyone knew what this meant to the fans. I’m sure it’ll be an electric atmosphere and we will be ready.’”