Next Match:

Ticket Info

v Arsenal

Saturday 23 August K.O. 17:30

  • 40

What The Papers Say - 4 June

Daily round-up of Everton coverage in the local & national media.

What The Papers Say - 4 June

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

Everton’s vacant managerial position is the main topic of conversation in Tuesday’s newspapers.

The Daily Mail are reporting that the Blues have agreed a £1.5million compensation package with Wigan Athletic for Roberto Martinez and that the Spaniard will bring assistants Graeme Jones and Kevin Reeves, along with goalkeeping coach Inaki Bergara and conditioning coach Richard Evans with him to Goodison Park.

The Daily Mirror and Liverpool Echo report that Martinez could be appointed the Club’s new manager within the next 24 hours. The same Daily Mirror article mentions that in total 10 candidates were interviewed for the position.

Further stories on Martinez can be found in the Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, Daily Express and Daily Star.

Meanwhile, The Independent say that former Everton captain Phil Neville is expected to move back to Old Trafford to become part of David Moyes’ backroom team at Manchester United.

Also in the Liverpool Echo, Shane Duffy speaks about how Alan Stubbs and David Weir have had a positive influence on his fledgling career. Watch an interview with Duffy here.


StubHub

StubHub

Everton Season Ticket holders can list their seat for any Barclays Premier League game that they can’t attend on StubHub, the Official Ticket Marketplace

Find out more
Match Highlights Archive

Match Highlights Archive

Watch highlights from classic and recent Everton games on evertontv.

Find out more
2014/15 Season Tickets

2014/15 Season Tickets

All the information you could need about securing your seat at Goodison.

Find out more
Shop Online

Shop Online

Buy Everton merchandise on our online store.

Find out more
History Timeline

History Timeline

A quick visual walk through Everton's rich and fascinating history.

Find out more

This site uses cookies. Click here to learn more.