Richarlison was criticized for trolling Liverpool’s defeats in the Champions League and Premier League title contests and told to look at his own situation.
Liverpool’s season has undoubtedly been impressive, playing every game possible, winning a cup brace and missing around three goals to an unprecedented quadruple.
However, they lost the two biggest prizes and that’s why all the rival fans laughed at them, rightly so, even though they’ve had terrible seasons, that’s just how rivalry works folks.
One of those rivals is Richarlison, with the Everton striker taking every opportunity to mock the Reds, even though Everton remained in the English top flight for tooth and nail in the final week of the campaign.
The former Watford posted a photoshopped photo of him driving a bus and laughing, following Saturday’s defeat to Real Madrid, but now former Liverpool defender Jose Enrique has hit the Toffees star.
“Richarlison should look to himself. His side have been almost relegated and Everton have spent even more than Liverpool on transfer fees. I think he should look to his team and I see him and Gary Neville pissing off the fans,” he said. the former left-back at Genting Casino.
“I know Gary Neville does it with Jamie Carragher and I know he’s a legend for Man United, but Richarlison is involved when he hasn’t had the best season in the world, he should worry more about himself. It’s not smart to get involved. “
Rumors began to circulate that it was a fake company made up of Everton fans to trot their rivals, with claims that the director of the company was a “Richard Arlison”, with even a photoshopped image of the Companies House details that turned.
Obviously this was not the case and it was just a group of Liverpool fans stuck on the side of the road for several hours with no way of getting to France, thanks to someone’s incompetence.
The Brazilian was instrumental in keeping Frank Lampard’s side in the Premier League, scoring in the huge comeback win against Crystal Palace that officially kept them in the top flight.
He responded to that win, which was marred by the attack on Patrick Viera and other fans, by tweeting and trying out Jamie Carragher.
The Premier League would certainly be worse without his antics in all honesty, that’s what rivalry is all about!