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What The Papers Say - 11 May

Saturday's local and national newspaper round-up.

What The Papers Say - 11 May

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

David Moyes continues to be the main talking point in Saturday's newspapers.

Following his pre-match press conference on Friday, Moyes spoke of his decision to leave Everton to join Manchester United this summer.

The Guardian and the Telegragh focus on the Scot's whirlwind week, with the 50-year-old admitting he was as surprised as anyone when the call came to replace Sir Alex Ferguson.

The Mail and the Express focus on the added media attention that the departing Blues boss will face at Old Trafford, with Friday's media frenzy an early taster.

North of the border, the Daily Record report on claims that Celtic manager Neil Lennon could make the move to Merseyside.

Also in the Record, former Everton man James McFadden talks about his time under the reign of Moyes.

The Liverpool Echo report more on Lennon, as Moyes vows to assist Everton chairman Bill Kenwright in the search for his successor.

Phil Neville will also bid farewell to Goodison on Sunday, but the skipper's quotes appear in the Echo urging any plaudits to go the way of his departing boss.

Click the links above to read the relevant stories.

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