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Moyes leads the end-of-season lap of honour.
Moyes leads the end-of-season lap of honour.


Hello and welcome to another edition of Toffelinks - still watching Beckford's gola against Chelsea again and again? Squint your eyes and it could be George Weah!

Anyway, here are some of the best Everton links the web has to offer today:

Greg O'Keeffe sees the Blues hit the right notes as seventh place is secured

The Liverpool Echo's Everton reporter reports on a last day win for the Blues aginast deposed Champions Chelsea at Goodison Park.

Seventh place is a reality check - Phil Jagielka

In a similar theme to some earlier quotes by David Moyes Jags questions whetehr Everton can finish any higher than seventh given the finaincial contraints at Goodison and the vast sums of wealth the top six have at their disposal.

Boss hails 'Roy of The Rovers' Jermaine Beckford after wonder goal

David Moyes has praise Becks after his brillaint goal on Sunday - if you don't know who Roy Of The Rovers is click here.

Moyes committed to Everton

In the wake of rumoured interest from Aston Villa Sky Sports are carrying quotes from David Moyes committing his future to Everton.

The Guardian has a similar story, but with slightly bulkier quotes, with Moyes again praising the stability at Everton and his relationship with chairman Bill Kenwright.

The best from around the Premier League:

Carlo Ancelotti was sacked as Chelsea manager in the corridors of Goodison Park just hours after their defeat to Everton.

Classy, just classy.

Guus Hiddink - who won the FA Cup as temporary Chelsea boss in 2009 - is linked with the full-time post at Stamford Bridge.

Carlos Tevez is set to fly home to Buenos Aires and miss City's open top bus parade celebrating their FA Cup win.

The Argentine clearly feels it is time for another move and hefty signing on fee for him and his agent - he does average two years per club after all

England are set to see sense and not pick Jack Wilshire for the Under-21 European Championships

The midfielder is already a full International so will no doubt take part in next year's EURO 2012 tournament (should England qualify) so giving him a rest now is a sensible move.

'fat lady has sung and I don't like the tune'

A last great quote from Ian Holloway as a Premier League manager. Holloway and his side have been great entertainment this season and most neutrals were desperate to see them stay up. It wasn't to eb but they can go down with their heads held high.

Mario Balotelli to take pet dog Lucky on City's open top bus parade

The guy is nuts!!