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What The Papers Say - 10 October

A daily round-up of all the Everton-related paper talk.

What The Papers Say - 10 October

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

Thursday's newspapers offer a mixture of club and country-based stories.

In the Guardian, Roberto Martinez discusses Romelu Lukaku's impressive start to life on Merseyside, saying he's a 'young man who has become a proper man'.

The same paper also says Leighton Baines has the opportunity to use England's upcoming games against Montenegro and Poland to claim the left-back berth on a long term basis.

The Daily Mail reports on Darron Gibson's return to the international arena , saying the midfielder is likely to start in Germany on Friday night.

The Liverpool Echo also focusses on Ireland, with Seamus Coleman saying his Everton teammates Gibson and James McCarthy would be an excellent choice in the centre of the national team's midfield.

Bill McKinneyCome on Bainesy, another show like Friday and prove to Hogson, you're the best England left back in the country.Best of luck tomorrow and for Jags!!

Monday 14th October 14:47 Report Comment

patrick liddaneCome on Bainesy show Europe and the world your class on Friday night. Best of luck to you.

Thursday 10th October 10:24 Report Comment
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