What The Papers Say - 13 September

The views on this page are taken from the local and national media and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton. 

Phil Jagielka admits he is having to get used to not playing as regularly in Wednesday’s newspapers. 

The Everton skipper appears in the Liverpool Echo discussing his role, why he will continue to push for a place in the team and the squad’s hunt for trophies.

Elsewhere, the Echo also looks at Ronald Koeman’s start to his Blues tenure, and explains why the Toffees’ opening Europa League group stage match against Atalanta is being played in a stadium 120 miles away from the Italian club’s own home ground.

And finally, Tom Davies was recently named as an ambassador for Everton in the Community and tells the Daily Mail why it was an easy decision to become involved with the Club’s charity work.

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