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Samuel Eto’o is motivated by a will to win rather than money, says Roberto Martinez.
The Blues boss told Chris Beesley of the Sunday ECHO: “It took me two minutes to understand that Samuel was hungry and desperate to have a role as senior player to help the young players around him.
“When you see him play you can see the amount of experience he has accumulated is there on display. I had no doubts whatsoever.”
There’s more from the Blues boss here.
Everton FC new signing Samuel Eto’o is paraded at Finch Farm in front of the media. Pictured with Manager Roberto Martinez as well.
Great day ahead-football.. Feijenoord – @AFCAjax and Man City – Chelsea. What r your predictions?
— John Heitinga (@Johnheitinga) September 21, 2014
Introducing Leeds United’s latest leftfield managerial appointment…
BREAKING NEWS: Sturm Graz confirm Darko Milanic is to become new Leeds United head coach. #LUFC #SSNHQ
— Sky Sports News HQ (@SkySportsNewsHQ) September 21, 2014
Good to see Hallam Hope doing well at Sheffield Wednesday. He came on as a sub in the win over Reading yesterday. The Owls are flying high in sixth spot in the Championship.
Fans were immense yesterday… Another 3 points !! #swfc
— Hallam Hope (@HallamHope) September 21, 2014
Steven Naismith has been in superb form for the Blues all season.
The Scot has told the Sunday ECHO’s Chris Beesley he is happy to take centre stage.
Naismith said: “I have kind of grown into being an Everton player. When I first came I was coming back from an injury, but came into a squad I didn’t realise how big the jump was in terms of quality from where I’d come from.
“Some of the players here are fantastic and it was something I had to get used to, and quickly. And as I’ve progressed over the years the manager has played me more centrally which I definitely feel more comfortable with.”
Full story here.
Everton vs Wolfsburg at Goodison Park in the Europa League group stages. Steven Naismith scores the opening goal and celebrates in style.
Good morning and welcome to today’s EFC liveblog. We’ll have all the build-up to the Blues’ game against Crystal Palace today, plus live updates from the match itself from 4pm. So stay tuned!