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What The Papers Say - 19 April

A round-up of Friday's local and national newspapers.

What The Papers Say - 19 April

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

Today's Daily Mail features Leon Osman's latest column.

The Blues midfielder writes on a variety of topics - from his teammates Phil Neville and Leighton Baines, the Club's FA Cup exit and his role as captain in the recent win over Manchester City.

Baines himself appears in the Mail as he reflects on Ross Barkley's impressive showings in recent big games.

The Make Their Day finale also appears in the Mail, with the Club's fifth 2013/14 Season Ticket surprise taking place in Mold earlier this week.

Departing skipper Neville was the latest player to reward a nominated Evertonian and you can watch the whole video here.

Meanwhile, the Liverpool Echo carry the thoughts of Club legend Peter Reid.

The former Sunderland boss is expecting a great game between two of his old sides at the Stadium of Light on Saturday, and also shares his views on the progression of Victor Anichebe.

The Echo make mention of today being the final chance to save on 2013/14 Season Tickets before the Early Bird window shuts at midnight, while also reporting on Everton Ladies' 4-3 defeat at Bristol in the WSL.

Click the links to view each story mentioned above.


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