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What The Papers Say - 8 April

A round-up of the day's paper talk.

What The Papers Say - 8 April

Match reports and reaction from Everton's 2-2 draw at Tottenham dominate Monday's newspapers.

In the Liverpool Echo, Victor Anichebe insists Everton's hopes of Champions League qualification are still alive.

The Echo also named Anichebe the man of the match and praised Everton's 'bark and bite'.

David Moyes likened goalscorer Kevin Mirallas to Gareth Bale in the same paper - a story also found in the Mirror.

In the Telegraph and the Times, however, Moyes says Everton's Champions League chance has gone.

The Mirror also reports that former Everton and Spurs midfielder Paul Gascoigne looked well while watching his two former sides.

Victor TayCome on you Blues, keep on fighting till the end. Although we have tended to fall at the crucial stage, let's bury the ghosts of previous seasons and qualify for the Champions League!!!

Tuesday 9th April 12:10 Report Comment

Edward KentThanks Phil. Hope the future goes well.

Tuesday 9th April 10:24 Report Comment

martin gwilliamPROUD OF YOU BLUE BOYS, KEEP IT GOING LADS...COYB

Monday 8th April 22:41 Report Comment

keith eversGreat to see Gascoigne looking good.

Monday 8th April 20:56 Report Comment

Vivek BhallaPreferred the article being published in full rather than this summarised format

Monday 8th April 10:22 Report Comment
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