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What The Papers Say - 2 May

Thursday's coverage looks ahead to the week

What The Papers Say - 2 May

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

Thursday's newspapers are packed with previews of Sunday's Merseyside derby.

Seamus Coleman appears in the Liverpool Echo stating his desire for a sixth clean sheet in eight games when the Blues head to Anfield.

The Echo's David Prentice takes a look at the stats of both Merseyside teams this campaign and highlights the differing styles, with Everton notably more effective on the wings than their counterparts.

Tim Howard tells the Liverpool Post that the Blues are confident of silencing the hosts' attack, while Phil Jagielka talks about taking over the Everton captaincy in the same paper.

Words from the England defender also appear in the Daily Express, Daily Telegraph, Daily Mirror and Daily Star.

And Mark Lawrenson writes in the Post that 'Everton simply have to go for it'.

Meanwhile, Under-18s boss Kevin Sheedy speaks glowingly of the young Blues' efforts this term as the Echo report on their 2-0 win against Bolton.

Click the links above to read the relevant stories.
 

Peter SwansonWatching in cambodia. Come on you blue boys... Imwt...

Friday 3rd May 07:20 Report Comment

martin gwilliamWE WILL BE YELLING HERE IN OZ, JELA YOU KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO.....COYB

Friday 3rd May 04:28 Report Comment
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