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VfL Wolfsburg (A) Thu 27 Nov 2014, 18:00, Europa League
04 July 2013 09:09
The views on this page are taken from the local and national media and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton.Thursday’s Daily Mail is reporting that the former Everton captain Phil Neville has been reunited with David Moyes after joining Manchester United’s backroom staff. The 36-year-old, who left the Blues at the end of last season, is said to be taking up the position of first team coach at Old Trafford.The Daily Mail also say that Neville will be joined by another familiar face at United, with Robbie Cooke also expected to join the Red Devils as chief scout.Elsewhere, Roberto Martinez’s quotes describing Leighton Baines as an Everton ‘icon’ feature in the Daily Telegraph, the Daily Mirror and the Daily Express.In the Liverpool Echo, Martinez has been speaking about Arouna Kone, describing him as the ‘complete striker’. The Ivory Coast international has been heavily linked with a move to Goodison Park.The Echo also reports on young defender Luke Garbutt extending his stay at Everton until 2015. The left-back yesterday signed a new two-year deal with the Blues.
U21s gain Goodison experience, plus Kone and McAleny comebacks please coach.
Distin, Kone and Donovan in Wednesday's media.
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Three years ago today, the football world lost a true great. RIP Gary Speed, gone but never forgotten. http://t.co/xDaQhiAbkn
BLUES ON TOUR: Don’t forget the Volkswagen Arena is a cashless stadium so get your pre-paid card sorted before you go in.
BLUES ON TOUR: There are only a small number of turnstiles in the away section, searching will take place so supporters should arrive early.
BLUES ON TOUR: Fan Liaison Officers in white bibs will be present in Wolfsburg city centre and around the stadium to assist fans today.