David Moyes issued a stern warning to his Everton players yesterdayby revealing that dropping a place in the Barclays Premier League couldcost them their summer holidays.
Everton are sixth and still harbour hopes of overhauling Arsenal for the fourth Champions League spot.
Moyes said: 'The team finishing seventh has to play in a preliminary round of the new Europa League in the middle of July.
'Itis ridiculously early, but that would be the price. The message isclear. If the players want a decent break this summer, they'd bettermake sure they don't finish any lower than they are now.'
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