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What The Papers Say - 12 June

Martinez, Jagielka and Robles all feature in Thursday's media.

What The Papers Say - 12 June

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

The World Cup kicks off in Brazil on Thursday - and there are plenty of Evertonians talking about it.
 
That includes Roberto Martinez, who appears in the Liverpool Echo to voice his opinion that England can storm the tournament.
 
Skipper Phil Jagielka believes the Three Lions have become stronger since being knocked out of the European Championships two years ago by Saturday's opponents, Italy.
 
Also in the Echo, Joel Robles says he is relishing the fight for a first-team place at Goodison Park.
 
On the transfer front, the Echo claim Everton will not prioritise a move for Barcelona youngster Cristian Tello this summer.
 
The paper suggest the Blues are instead more interested in Heerenven midfielder Hakim Ziyech.
 
In the Daily Mirror, former England Under-21s boss Stuart Pearce believes Ross Barkley has edged ahead of Jack Wilshere in the battle for a role in England's midfield.
 
And Pearce is not alone in his praise for the 20-year-old. Italy legend Gianluca Vialli tells the Daily Star the Everton Academy graduate could be the nation's surprise package - because nobody knows who he is.

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