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What The Papers Say - 22 May

Klinsmann linked with Blues, Neville tipped to join Stoke.

What The Papers Say - 22 May

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Talk in today's newspapers is very much about who's heading where, with the Liverpool Echo linking Jurgen Klinsmann with the vacant Everton manager’s post and Phil Neville being widely tipped for a senior coaching role at Stoke City.
 
It is also reported across both national and local media that midfielder Leon Osman is to sign a new two-year contract with the Blues.
 
The Liverpool Echo report the odds have been slashed on former Germany international Klinsmann after he followed the Club's official Twitter account. He also visited Finch Farm in his capacity as USA boss in 2011 and is a known admirer of the outgoing David Moyes.
 
The same paper also reflects on Leighton Baines' latest achievement - completing every minute of a Premier League campaign for the second time. Watch an interview with Leighton here.
 
The Independent is one of numerous national newspapers to link Neville with Stoke after Pulis left the Potters yesterday. It is suggested Stoke chairman Peter Coates has made contact through his associates at the FA.
 
In the Guardian and Daily Telegraph, Neville is himself quoted, backing former Blues boss Moyes to be a success at Manchester United, while the Times and Daily Express say our former captain is 'flattered' to have been put forward as his possible replacement.
 
After much speculation linking him with a move to Manchester United, the Daily Mail believe left-back Leighton Baines is now likely to stay at Goodison Park. They suggest, however, that Moyes will return to the Club in an attempt to sign teenage midfielder Ross Barkley.
 
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thomas mcewanlet`s hope the appointment of a new boss is quick and we can concentrate on the future,Moyes has gone lets move on COYBs

Thursday 23rd May 00:30 Report Comment

Let's let the EFC senior management team get on with appointing David's successor! (Evertonian mind trick; Steve Clark is the manager you are looking for)

Wednesday 22nd May 21:55 Report Comment

Dominic HigginsNo way to Neville!! We are a team wanting to progress further not take on someone who has never managed before!! Respect yes, but we are not a small fry team for him to chance his arm.

Wednesday 22nd May 20:25 Report Comment

Jonathan WitheyMartinez and Neville, they could learn a thing or two from each other !

Wednesday 22nd May 15:32 Report Comment

Victor TayPhil will be a big gamble but one absolutely worth gambling on as he has the respect of the players due to his professionalism.

Wednesday 22nd May 15:14 Report Comment

Eric Matthewsthe fans would like phil neville as manager however we do realise that his first season will be v hard . but we love phil neville

Wednesday 22nd May 13:59 Report Comment

Eric Matthewsi say 15 to 20 mill for barkley and u got yourself a deal

Wednesday 22nd May 13:58 Report Comment

john kirwanI'd like Martinez, with Phil in a senior coachin role, continuity is the key

Wednesday 22nd May 13:55 Report Comment

Mike RolnyKlinsmann??Give me a break!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wednesday 22nd May 13:24 Report Comment

michael mooreI agree

Wednesday 22nd May 15:38 Report Comment

Stanley GordonMr. Kenwright give it to phill Neville I'm sure he won't let you or Everton down.

Wednesday 22nd May 12:25 Report Comment
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