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Coleman spoke to Carragher, Kevin Campbell and David Jones following his side's goalless draw with Brighton on Monday.
Asked whether their mounting injury list played a part in the result, the Toffees defender said: "We don't want to be harping on about injuries, there are plenty teams doing that."
Liverpool legend Carragher then weighed in, asking Coleman if he was talking about the Reds.
"You're not talking about Liverpool there with injuries are you, Seamus?" He asked.
:speaking_head: "We don't want to be harping on about injuries. There's plenty other teams doing that." :eyes:- Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) April 12, 2021
:speaking_head: "There's no question we need to finish in the European places. If not, it's been a massive disappointment."
Seamus Coleman reacts to Everton's battling point against Brighton... pic.twitter.com/Oy9eO37jS6
Coleman :speaking_head:"We don't want to be harping on about injuries, there are plenty teams doing that."- Football Daily (@footballdaily) April 12, 2021
Carra :speaking_head:"You are not talking about Liverpool there with injuries are you Seamus." @Carra23 picking up on Seamus Coleman saying some teams have been moaning about injuries pic.twitter.com/W2oEbZAQHy
Coleman laughed off Carragher's claim, with fans reacting on social media.
One Twitter user wrote: "Nice little dig at Klopp there."
A second tweeted: "Ha our best shot of the night!"
A third joked: "Wonder who Seamus is talking about here?"
Absolutely loved Coleman's slight dig on how other clubs harp on about their injuries :smirk::blue_heart:- RoyalBlueAngel (@TashEFC) April 12, 2021
Seamus Coleman - "we don't need to harp on about having injuries.... there plenty of other teams doing that".... shots fired!!....:red_circle::poop:- Martin Wilsdon (@MWilsdon) April 12, 2021
"We don't want to harp on about injuries as other teams" haha, Coleman hitting a dig at Liverpool :joy::joy::joy:- stevertonfc (@MagooMr12) April 12, 2021
Everton remain in eighth-place in the table, improving their tally to 48 points following the draw at the Amex.
They face Tottenham next in a huge clash as the race for the Champions League spots hots up.
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