What The Papers Say - 9 February

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

Everton favourite Tim Cahill tells Friday’s edition of the Daily Star why he made the difficult decision to leave the Club in 2012.

The Australia international, now back on English soil with Championship side Millwall, made a switch to Major League Soccer side New York Red Bulls and explains that it was with the intention of prolonging his international career with the Socceroos. 

Meanwhile, Everton boss Sam Allardyce features across the Liverpool Echo and Daily Express. In the former, he discusses the “difficult decision” David Unsworth must make over whether to remain as Under-23s coach or pursue an opportunity to be a first-team manager elsewhere. Allardyce also talks the improving injury situation in the latter, and outlines what he wants to see over the Toffees' next four games.

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