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What The Papers Say - 10 February

Jagielka and Martinez make Monday's coverage.

What The Papers Say - 10 February

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

Monday's newspapers reflect on Everton's narrow defeat at White Hart Lane.
 
Match reports can be found across the national coverage, with many highlighting the Blues' dominance despite Tottenham's decisive strike.
 
As Lacina Traore nears match fitness, Phil Jagielka appears in the Liverpool Echo admitting the Toffees have suffered from a shortage of options up front.
 
Also in the Echo, Roberto Martinez underlines the 'lapse in concentration' that he believes cost his side all three points.
 
The Times include the Spaniard's view that the Blues were denied an injury-time penalty, while Leighton Baines makes the Guardian's Team of the Weekend.
 
Meanwhile, the Daily Express report Martinez will give a reading at the 25th anniversary memorial service of the Hillsborough disaster.

martin gwilliamCOME ON BOYS..OUR GOALS COME FROM STRIKES OUTSIDE THE BOX, LETS STOP TRYNG TO WALK IT IN...COYB

Tuesday 11th February 08:07 Report Comment

marjorie joneslets win on wednesday night we need it for the fans and just concentrate,toall the players good luck

Monday 10th February 13:53 Report Comment
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