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What The Papers Say - 19 May

Moyes, Neville and Fellaini all mentioned in Sunday's papers.

What The Papers Say - 19 May

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

As Everton prepare to end their season at Stamford Bridge this afternoon, the Sunday newspapers continue to focus on David Moyes’ impending departure to Manchester United.

Today’s Sunday Express features an interview with England boss Roy Hodgson who says that Moyes’ appointment at Old Trafford is good news for the national side.

The Daily Star Sunday suggests that Phil Neville is emerging as a strong candidate to replace Moyes as Everton manager this summer. The article also reveals that Blues coach Jimmy Lumsden is set to join Moyes at Manchester United.

The Sunday Mirror features quotes from Moyes on how he sent a message of thanks to Sir Alex Ferguson for backing him to follow in his footsteps at Manchester United.

Also in the Sunday Mirror, Marouane Fellaini is linked with a summer switch to Old Trafford.

In the Sun on Sunday, Moyes reflects on his managerial career to date. The Scot speaks about when he took up the position as Preston North End boss, admitting that he almost turned down the opportunity offered to him at Deepdale in 1998.

Click on the links above to read the relevant stories.

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