What The Papers Say - 20 September

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Ronald Koeman has urged his players to kick off four straight home games with a win over Sunderland in Wednesday’s newspapers.

The Blues boss appears in both the Liverpool Echo and several national editions discussing how a return to Goodison Park could help the team find an upturn in fortune.

Elsewhere, Dominic Calvert-Lewin insists the players remain positive in the Echo, who also feature Lee Carsley on his role as caretaker boss at Birmingham City.

Everton’s proposed new stadium is set to provide a £1bn boost to the local economy, and Wayne Rooney has asked to play in the Carabao Cup tie with Sunderland, according to the Daily Mail.

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