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What The Papers Say - 29 November

Baines talk dominates Friday's papers.

What The Papers Say - 29 November

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

Friday's papers focus largely on Everton left-back Leighton Baines.

In the Daily Star, Roberto Martinez says Baines is going nowhere, despite reported continued interest from Manchester United.

The same story is carried by the Daily Express, with Martinez insisting Baines has not played his last game for Everton.

The Mirror and the Guardian also have similar stories on the full-back. 

The Mirror also publishes a feature with Phil Jagielka as the skipper assesses Romelu Lukaku's impact on the Blues' league campaign as well as how his goals for Everton might boost parent club Chelsea as well.

Meanwhile, the Liverpool Echo carries an interview with James McCarthy as he eyes a first Everton goal.

Tickets for Saturday's game against Stoke are available from just £32 for adults, £21 for concessions and £16 for juniors.

To buy, click here or call 0871 663 1878. Online purchasers can now print at home for extra convenience.

Alternatively, visit the Park End Box Office at Goodison Park, Everton Two in Liverpool One or TicketQuarter in Queen Square. 

Patricio RevecoDear Santa, All I want for Christmas is Baines to remain at Everton. Make it happen big boy, thanks.

Friday 29th November 09:54 Report Comment
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