What The Papers Say - 3 October

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Michael Keane says Everton’s players need to take responsibility for the Club’s dip in form and focus on getting back to winning ways as quickly as possible in Tuesday’s newspapers. 

The defender, who returned from injury for Sunday’s 1-0 defeat against his former club Burnley, discusses the Blues’ tough start to the season in the Liverpool Echo and Daily Express

Elsewhere, the Daily Mail claim Everton are set to offer Under-23s midfielder Beni Baningime a new deal amid reported interest from Manchester United, and say Martin O’Neill is refusing to rule James McCarthy out of Republic of Ireland’s upcoming World Cup qualifiers, despite the 26-year-old having not kicked a ball for the Toffees this season due to a knee injury. 

Finally, the Echo run the first excerpt of a three-part serialisation of Everton legend Peter Reid’s new book, Cheer Up Peter Reid

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