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What The Papers Say - 13 April

A round up of what the papers are saying about Everton.

What The Papers Say - 13 April

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

Most of today's national newspapers, including the Guardian and the Telegraph report David Moyes' comments that an offer for Phil Neville to join his coaching staff remains open.

The Liverpool Echo adds that Moyes believes the timing of Neville’s departure is right for Everton - but insists it was the skipper who made the final decision on his exit.

The Daily Mail claims that the BBC and Premier League newcomers BT are battling it out to sign Neville as a pundit for next season.

The Telegraph and the Mail also pick up on comments from Harry Redknapp that he hopes wearing a different type of suit will bring his side luck in today's clash at Goodison Park.

Finnur Thorarinsson Harry Redknapp hopes wearing a different type of suit will bring his side luck in today's clash at Goodison Park. It better not be his birthday suit...

Saturday 13th April 12:07 Report Comment

Dave Redgegood luck Phil been a great player for us, would of liked to see you join back room staff your enthusiasm and experience would be great for the club.

Saturday 13th April 10:17 Report Comment
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