Afternoon Report: October 9

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Everton star Seamus Coleman has backed David Moyes to succeed at Manchester United.

The Red Devils boss has had a tricky start to his Old Trafford reign but his former player is confident that he will turn it around.

Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o has made an international U-turn.

The striker quit Cameroon last month, but will now play for his country in their World Cup play-off against Tunisia this weekend.

Arsenal star Mathieu Flamini believes the international break has come at a good time for the Gunners.

Arsene Wenger's side currently sit top of the Premier League and Flamini hopes the break will give players like Theo Walcott and Santi Cazorla time to recover.

Steven Gerrard has backed Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart to come through his tricky spell following recent criticism.

Hart is expected to be in goal for England when they meet Montenegro on Friday and Gerrard believes the keeper will come good for his country.

Kyle Walker has insisted that Tottenham are good enough to qualify for the Champions League this season.

The defender believes the impact of Spurs' new signings will help the team improve.

Tata Martino has insisted that there is no time to relax when in charge of Barcelona.

The Catalans boss, who replaced Tito Vilanova in the summer, says that he's aware of just how big Barcelona are.

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