Premier League manager Sam Allardyce has said that Richarlison must improve on
his performances to command a regular starting role with Everton. The Brazil
international had an impressive debut season with the Toffees last term where
he contributed 14 goals across all competitions.
this, he has not made a fruitful start to the current campaign with a couple of
average performances and one of those came against Watford over the weekend
where he was substituted at the hour mark. Speaking after the game, Allardyce
said that Richarlison has gone through periods of non-action on the playing
field and manager Marco Silva was right to substitute the attacker.
that Richarlison needs to improve with the bigger challenge at the Toffees, who
are aiming to make the push for the European places, he continued: “He has
these spells of non-action or non-impact. Marco Silva’s not happy and I agree,
he should demand more. When your spending so much on a player and you’re
improving his wages, as a manger you say ‘you must start playing so much better
than you used to’. ‘This football club has bought you to make us better and you
Richarlison had three attempts on goal against his former club and two of those were headed attempts, where he should have tested the goalkeeper at the least. Irrespective of this, the Toffees were on the winning side over the weekend after Bernard scored the only goal for the Hornets through a 10th-minute strike.
victory, the Merseyside outfit have registered four points from the opening two
games and this sees them ninth on the league table. They are scheduled to face
Aston Villa, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Bournemouth and Sheffield United over the
next four gameweeks and a strong run could potentially see them break into the