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by Matthew Gamble
22 December 2013 09:47
The views on this page are taken from the local and national media and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton.In the Sunday Express, Steven Pienaar recalls how inspirational words from the late Nelson Mandela have boosted his career.In the Daily Star Sunday, Kevin Mirallas is quoted, predicting that Romelu Lukaku is the man to fire Everton to the Champions League.The same paper also claims Manchester United will try to sign Leighton Baines in January.And in the Mirror reports that Michael Laudrup wanted to sign Lukaku for Swanswa earlier this summer. Meanwhile, the Independent carries a story about how Roberto Martinez has revolutionised the football ethos of both Everton and Sunday's opponents Swansea.In the Observer, Pienaar is back discussing Martinez and his positive approach to football .
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