Right-back: Seamus Coleman, Everton
Everton’s Seamus Coleman was outstanding this season in the Premier League. Every game, he just seemed to be getting better and better. Bombing up and down the right flank for Everton he was both excellent offensively and defensively.
It was very unfortunate for Everton and for football fans alike when Coleman suffered that brutal leg injury in the international break which ruled him out for the rest of the season. Neil Taylor is probably one of the most hated men in football by Everton fans.
He made 26 appearances in the Premier League, scoring a very respectable four goals (one of the highest figures for a defender) and made three assists.
Coleman would consistently get up the right wing putting in crosses for Lukaku and his work rate was immense. He is, for me, the epitome of a classic Premier League right-back. The Irish man does his job, and he does it well.
Defensive stats: 2.1 tackles per game, 1.1 interceptions, and 2.6 clearances per game (whoscored).