What The Papers Say - 10 February

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

Wayne Rooney’s future after football is discussed in Saturday’s newspapers.

The Everton attacker was recently on Sky’s Monday Night Football and revealed his desire to move into coaching with the aim of becoming a manager. 

That has been picked up by a host of national papers, as well as those around the world, including the Sydney Morning Herald in Australia. 

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson - who faces Everton today - has his say on whether Rooney, whom he worked with while in charge of England, would be a success in the dugout.

Sam Allardyce calls for his side to show stronger mental resilience, and the Under-23s’ 0-0 Premier League Cup draw against Barnsley last night is covered.

And Seamus Coleman will match the great Alan Ball’s record of 209 appearances for the Toffees should he feature against the Eagles. 

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