David Moyes says he welcome going in today’s Merseyside derby as underdogs and believes that Everton have the backing of all neutrals within football. The Scot is hoping that this is the season that he finally brings some silverware back to Goodison Park after ten years at the helm of the Toffees.
Elsewhere in the news Sir Alex Ferguson will ignore the mind games of Roberto Mancini; Arsene Wenger suggests that Jack Wilshere is losing his battle to be fit for Euro 2012, while Jamie Carragher has called upon the critics to lay-off Kenny Dalglish.
Sir Alex Ferguson will ignore the mind games of Roberto Mancini as he plots Manchester United’s 20th title success – Guardian
Roberto Di Matteo insists his Chelsea team are fully focused for tomorrow’s FA Cup semi final, despite their Champions League semi final showdown with Barcelona in midweek – Guardian
Arsene Wenger has suggested that Jack Wilshere is losing the race to be fit for the Euro 2012 – Guardian
Jamie Carragher has rallied around Kenny Dalglish and has called upon his critics to lay off his back, ahead of this afternoon’s FA Cup semi-final at Wembley – Daily Telegraph
David Moyes is seeking an FA Cup win this season to end his mission of bringing some silverware to Goodison Park – Daily Telegraph
Harry Redknapp is set to welcome back into the Tottenham frame this weekend as injuries mount up for Spurs – Daily Telegraph
Joe Hart is refusing to rule out Manchester City in this season’s title race, despite being 5pts behind United with 5 games to go – Independent
Liverpool have been told that any pursuit for Johann Cruyff is doomed to fail – Daily Mail
The Portuguese police are probing some missing money in the transfer of Bebe to Manchester United – Daily Mail
Andres Fassi has confirmed that Liverpool have made enquiries over Mexican winger Hector Herrera – Mirror
Arsenal have been given the green light to move for their long term transfer targets Giroud and Belhanda, providing they meet the asking price – Metro