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Coleman has been overcoming an ankle injury he suffered in preseason and played all 90 minutes in Republic of Ireland's draw with Serbia on Monday.
“Because what I like to have is, really, two players for each position in the team and we need to have that competition to get the best out of each player.
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Seamus Coleman remains a serious doubt for Ireland's opening World Cup qualifier against Serbia.
An ever-present during Ireland's run to the last-16 of Euro 2016, Coleman has 38 caps for his country.
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However, the Toffees will be without McCarthy, who had surgery to repair a groin issue.
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"Seamus isn't ready. He'll be out for another two weeks at least," he said.
“It is always better for every player. It is not about Seamus or a goalkeeper, everybody needs competition,” he added.
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Everton defender Seamus Coleman will be out for "several weeks" with an ankle injury, manager Ronald Koeman has confirmed.
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“And James McCarthy and Tom Cleverley can also play out of that position and that is the best choice for the weekend.”
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Martin O'Neill's side are due to travel to Belgrade for their opening qualifier on September 5th, meaning that Coleman remains unlikely to play.
"He was fit to play [for Ireland] and he came back without any reaction," Koeman said. "He is fit to start."
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McCarthy missed Everton's most recent game against Stoke on Aug. 27, and also missed out on Ireland's World Cup qualifier.
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Manager Ronald Koeman revealed the udpates at his news conference on Thursday ahead of Monday's Premier League clash at Sunderland.
"Of course we make a fast decision about [Oumar] Niasse, make that fast decision about McGeady and maybe two or three more, [so it] will be very difficult for them to be part of the team because we have a big squad," he said, while seemingly confirming that James McCarthy remains part of his plans.
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Asked if he needed to beef up his options in that position, Koeman said: “That’s possible.
Coleman has been Everton’s first-choice right-back for a number of seasons and Koeman says competition is vital all over the pitch.
Koeman used James McCarthy as a right wing-back in a 3-5-2 formation last weekend against Spurs and suggested he could call on the 25-year-old again at West Brom.
Coleman has developed into one of the best right backs in the Premier League and was named Everton’s Players’ Player of the Year and Supporter’s Player of the Season following the 2014/15 season.
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Seamus Coleman faces at least another two weeks on the sidelines with an ankle injury and the Everton boss wants to bolster their options in that position.
Everton defender Seamus Coleman is fit to make his season debut, though midfielder James McCarthy will miss the next three weeks with a groin injury.