Seamus Coleman had to fight his way back into Everton’s lineup after suffering a broken leg while on international duty in March 2017.
This season, the right-back has started all four of the Toffees’ Premier League matches under new manager Marco Silva.
However, not many fans have been impressed by the Irishman, who reportedly earns £38,000-a-week and has been trusted with the captain’s armband.
On Saturday, the Merseyside outfit had to settle for a 1-1 draw with Huddersfield Town.
Philip Billing opened the scoring for the visitors to Goodison Park before Silva’s side responded two minutes later through Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
The hosts were unable to find the winning goal, and on Reddit, Coleman became a topic of discussion.
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The right-back has been a long-standing member of the squad having joined from Sligo Rovers in 2009.
It seems, though, that some supporters are ready for Coleman to take a step back.
Others have suggested that Jonjoe Kenny should start ahead of the Irishman.