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What The Papers Say - 2 June

McCarthy, Coleman and Jagielka mentioned in Monday's round-up.

What The Papers Say - 2 June

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

Monday’s Liverpool Echo carries quotes from Everton assistant manager Graeme Jones who has been praising James McCarthy for the way he dealt with the pressure of being the Club’s flagship signing last summer.

Also in the Echo, Seamus Coleman has predicted big things from his Everton and Republic of Ireland teammate Aiden McGeady next season.

In the Daily Express, Chelsea defender Gary Cahill has been discussing his England central defensive partnership with Phil Jagielka, which he believes is growing stronger with each game ahead of the World Cup.

The Times features a report claiming that Romelu Lukaku wants to try and establish himself at Chelsea next season, despite the suggestions that the West London club will look to loan him out again or sell him this summer.

North of the border, the Daily Record contains an interview with Roberto Martinez who credits his time as a player with Motherwell for helping him become the manager he is today.

There is also coverage of Everton Ladies’ FA Women’s Cup final defeat to Arsenal in the Independent, Daily Telegraph and Daily Mirror.

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