What The Papers Say - 16 April
A round-up of Wednesday's Everton-related coverage.
The views on this page are taken from the local and national media and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton.
Wednesday's newspapers contain coverage from the Hillsborough memorial services at Anfield and Goodison Park.
All of the national tabloids and broadsheets, as well as the Liverpool Echo, document the events, including Roberto Martinez's passionate speech to the Kop.
Everton screened proceedings at Anfield to more than 2,000 fans, as well as players and the board of directors, with the Club also paying their own tributes to the 96 supporters who lost their lives in 1989.
The Daily Star carry an interview with Martinez, in which the Blues boss reveals how quickly chairman Bill Kenwright realised his vow to deliver Champions League football could potentially be achieved this season.
The Daily Mirror meanwhile claim that Sevilla are keen to swoop for Joel Robles with a bid of £3million.
Martinez tells the Star that he is wary of the threat Crystal Palace pose ahead of tonight's clash at Goodison Park, while the Express feature quotes from the Spaniard insisting the Blues have everything to gain and nothing to lose in their bid to qualify for Europe's elite competition.
In the Liverpool Echo, the Toffees boss praises the performance of Everton Under-21s after watching their game against Liverpool on Monday.
Martinez also tells the local read that Goodison helps make his players bigger, faster and stronger.