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Papers divided: Five backpages back five different Koeman successors

Ian Darke says Everton's issues are more about failing to replace Romelu Lukaku than Ronald Koeman's work this season.
Craig Burley reacts to Ronald Koeman's dismissal at Everton and evaluates the candidates to replace him at Goodison Park.
The crew answer your tweets on who will contend for The Best FIFA Men's player award next year and discuss replacing Ronald Koeman at Everton.

There is no doubt that the Everton post vacated by Ronald Koeman on Monday is a job in demand.

Various household names have thrown their hat into the ring to take over at Goodison Park, and with so much interest it is hard to pick a frontrunner.

In fact, Tuesday's backpages in the United Kingdom were COMPLETELY divided on the issue.

First up there's the Mirror, who believes that former Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel tops Everton's wishlist.

The Mail reports that Burnley's Sean Dyche is in the box seat for the position.

The Sun, however, has thrown Carlo Ancelotti's name into the ring.

Current Everton caretaker boss David Unsworth is the Times' pick.

Meanwhile the Star has backed Ryan Giggs' play for the gig.

That makes everything about a clear as mud. The only thing for certain is that the race for the Everton manager position is wide open.

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