2 Irish Evertonians lastly lived out their dream as they were welcomed to Goodison Park to view the Blues defeat West Ham United and meet Seamus Coleman – the guy who made it all possible.The story of Eoin Mulligan and friend Francis Conmey from Athlone -and their shared enthusiasm for Everton- went viral earlier this year with the set at first raising enough cash to bring them to Merseyside for the Club’s Europa League qualifier with Hajduk Split.Francis, who has Asperger’s syndrome, was unable to go to the video game, after falling
ill simply hours before kick-off, and it appeared their dream of going to a video game at Goodison Park remained in tatters. As the pair tried to re-start their fundraising efforts, Everton full-back and Ireland captain Seamus Coleman stepped in to contribute EUR2,000 to the online fundraising page and bring the enthusiastic Blues back to Merseyside. Ahead of Everton’s video game versus West Ham United, the duo received a’Blue Crimbo’surprise by meeting Everton’s gamers
and spending some time pitchside with the male who made the go to possible – Blues favourite Coleman.|2 Irish Toffees and the kindness of Seamus Coleman.– Everton (@Everton) December 12, 2017 Eoin said: “Myself and Francis first bonded over our love for Everton and his understanding of the club, it’s history and football in basic is amazing. I thought I knew my stuff about Everton but Francis truly does know his history.”Following the frustration of our previous see when Francis fell ill, we both wished to return and to have received such a generous contribution from among our own, Seamus Coleman, shows the procedure of the male.
“This has been a fantastic journey and we can’t thank Seamus and the Club enough for assisting us come over to enjoy the match.Francis Conmey with Seamus Coleman”Prior to the video game Francis was telling everybody consisting of Seamus and all the players how Everton were going to win 5-0. “It completed 4-0 but at one point I did think Francis ‘forecast was going to become a reality.
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