Richarlison is the heart and soul of Everton

    Richarlison is the heart and soul of Everton

    Richarlison, the lad from Brazil, has been making his presence felt in the Premier League circuit. The pundits and enthusiasts believe that future has a lot in store for the youngster from  Nova Venécia. The 22-year-old has been taking giant strides in the world of football. Everton fans believe that this lad has the ability to change the club’s fortunes. The forward has been attracting a lot of eyeballs. Some of the top clubs around the world have started chasing Richarlison in order to avail his services. 

    His has an ever-growing fan. Some of his fans have already started comparing him with Ronaldo, the Brazilian legend. He was roped into the side to add firepower to the club’s forward line. At 22, he is a long-term prospect. Many believe that he is capable of taking the world of football by storm if he makes good use of the opportunities that come his way. If you want to see him scoring some breathtaking goals for Everton, then get your hands on match tickets. Click here to get them booked.

    What makes Richarlison a special talent?

    Marco Silva, Watford boss spoke volumes about Richarlison when the Brazialian was roped in by Watford in 2017. In 38 matches for the side, he scored just five goals, but his on-field creativity and skill grabbed a lot of attention. Also, his ability to turn games on their head almost single-handedly makes him a dangerous customer.


    Aggression forms the heart and soul of most of the Brazilian players. Like many others, Richarlison too banks heavily on his aggression and speed. Throw him a challenge and he will come out fighting in order to accomplish the task. Aggression is Richarlison’s prime ingredient. His game revolves around one word, i.e. aggression. He loves taking risks. Richarlison’s ‘fearless’ brand of football will go a long way in transforming Everton FC. 

    His ability to score goals

    Scoring goals happens to be a striker’s primary job. No matter how good you are in the field, you are redundant if you cannot convert scoring opportunities into goals. Fortunately, Richarlison has the ability to pull-off some screamers. In his relatively small career, the 22-year-old has already scored some mind-boggling goals. 

    He can make his through any given defence. In 42 games of Everton since 2018, the Brazialian has scored 15 goals. tHe more he plays, the more he will learn. Everton FC will provide him with a reasonably good platform to showcase his talents and skills. Getting your hands on match tickets is easier than you think. 


    Aggression and skill are nothing in the absence of adequate control. No matter how good you are, if you cannot control the ball, you are of no use as a footballer. Richarlison’s control over the ball happens to be one of his biggest strengths. He has the ability to retain the ball for a considerable amount of time. His control over the ball makes him a lethal weapon. 

    He has age on his side

    These are early days for him. Still only 22, he has more than 12 years of football left in him. If he ends up exceeding expectations, then he might even get a national call-up. 
    Richarlison is brimming with energy and enthusiasm. He has all of the ingredients to become the next big thing in English football. We will have to wait and see what destiny has in store for him.

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    1. Yes totally agree Ricki is the heart and soul of Everton, love him and yes he is my fav player! Rarely has a bad game.
      “The next big thing in English football” ?? You say, Is putting too much expectation on Ricki’s shoulders and he could do without that and all EFC fans would agree!
      Let him just get amoungst the goals first, hasn’t scored many so far!


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