What The Papers Say - 11 November
Jagielka, Baines and Coleman feature in Monday's round-up.
The views on this page are taken from the local and national media and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton.
Attention has turned to England’s forthcoming double-header against Chile and Germany in Monday’s national newspapers.
In the Daily Star, Phil Jagielka says the two Wembley friendlies are ideal preparation for the World Cup and that there is still time for John Terry to make it into the Three Lions’ squad for next summer’s tournament – should the Chelsea skipper decide to end his international exile.
Sam Wallace, of the Independent, has written an opinion piece on how he believes the time is right for England boss Roy Hodgson to make Leighton Baines his first choice left-back.
Wallace says that the Blues defender has ‘finally won’ his battle with Ashley Cole and that he ‘simply needs to play’ ahead of the Chelsea man.
Elsewhere, there are match reports of Everton’s scoreless draw with Crystal Palace in the Liverpool Echo, Daily Mirror and the Daily Mail.
Also in the Echo, Seamus Coleman says the Toffees must convert their dominance into goals after having 73 per cent possession at Selhurst Park on Saturday afternoon.