What The Papers Say - 1 November
McCarthy, Coleman and Kendall all feature in Friday's round-up.
Friday's newspapers continue the countdown to Sunday's big game between Everton and Tottenham.
Speaking to the Liverpool Echo, Seamus Coleman claims Roberto Martinez has got the golden touch when it comes to making game-changing substitutions.
The Blues right-back also discusses his rise to Premier League football in a separate article.
Howard Kendall uses his weekly column to claim Tim Howard to be a worthy successor to Neville Southall, as the former Toffees boss looks at the American's form since Roberto Martinez was appointed.
Kendall also analyses Tottenham's threats and insists Phil Jagielka and Sylvain Distin will be able to contain them, while also making note of Martinez's ability to reassure players currently out of the team.
James McCarthy spoke to the Daily Express in midweek and an article covering his early years growing up right through to his short time at Goodison Park is featured in today's edition.
And in the Times, Martinez talks about the job his Spurs counterpart Andre Villas-Boas has done to reshape the Londoners to cope without Gareth Bale.