What The Papers Say - 16 May
A round-up of Thursday's local and national newspapers.
The views on this page are taken from the local and national media and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton.
Seamus Coleman's quotes following Sunday's lap of honour appear in the Liverpool Echo, with the right-back thanking departing duo David Moyes and Phil Neville for helping him become a Premier League regular.
Moyes' father tells the Daily Record of his immense pride that his son has never forgotten his roots, while Sir Alex Ferguson says in the Independent that Moyes will have to 'sacrifice and persevere' in order to succeed at Manchester United.
Wigan chairman Dave Whelan tells the Guardian, Telegraph and Daily Mail he will not stand in the way of Roberto Martinez if he decides to leave, with the Latics boss continually linked to the soon-to-be vacant Everton post.
The Liverpool Post speak to Blues legend Graeme Sharp, who gives his reaction and views on the imminent changing of the guard at Goodison.
The Post also report on the young Toffees, with a match report of last night's defeat at Reading for the Under-18s, plus England Under-20 manager Peter Taylor's hopes of naming Ross Barkley and John Lundstram in his squad for this summer's World Cup.
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