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Ireland Fans Are Taking This Awesome Seamus Coleman Banner to France

Ireland Fans Are Taking This Awesome Seamus Coleman Banner to France

The Republic of Ireland are gearing up for their side’s first major international tournament since the last European Championships – and they’ll be taking an exceptional Seamus Coleman banner with them.

Martin O’Neill’s men have been drawn in probably the toughest group in the whole of Euro 2016, with Belgium, Italy and Sweden all lying in wait.

But with Everton’s flying full-back Coleman in the squad, supporters believe anything is possible.

The 27-year-old played a key role in helping his country qualify, and he’s been rewarded with this incredible, superhero-themed banner, which will be carted all over France from this week onwards:

Just look at that. Regardless of who you’ll be supporting this summer, you NEED to admire the hard work that’s gone into this magnificent piece of art.

Coleman has been linked with a move to PSG, and a strong performance at the Euros could spark a bidding war for the defender’s services.

What do you think of the banner? Have you seen better?

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