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What The Papers Say - 7 March

Pienaar, Kendall, Ratcliffe and Baines feature in Friday's media.

What The Papers Say - 7 March

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

Friday's newspapers contain plenty of pre-match excitement ahead of Everton's FA Cup quarter-final at Arsenal.

Steven Pienaar tells the Liverpool Echo he wants to win a trophy for the Blues to assure his legacy at the Club.

The South African's recent visit to Lifestyles Ellergreen is also documented inside the local read.

Howard Kendall's weekly Echo column features the former Blues boss stating the need to capitalise on the Gunners' apparent lack of leadership.

Former cup-winning captain Kevin Ratcliffe tells the Daily Mirror that Roberto Martinez should put trophies before style - and the same paper links the Blues with a £6million swoop for Valencia midfielder Carles Gil.

Leighton Baines talks about his hopes of landing silverware with Everton in the Daily Express, while the bulk of the nationals discuss the chances of the left-back, Phil Jagielka and Ross Barkley making England's World Cup squad.

marjorie jonesGood luck lads I know the team can win lets have some pride and win for the fans and for yourselves all the best

Friday 7th March 16:11 Report Comment

Eric MatthewsTottenham need to leave our kev m alone .NOt for sale. find players somewhere else .They only want to stop us making progress.

Friday 7th March 15:33 Report Comment
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