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Richarlison Told To "Worry About Himself" And Stop Trolling Because He Nearly Got Relegated

Ryan Sidle

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Richarlison Told To "Worry About Himself" And Stop Trolling Because He Nearly Got Relegated

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Richarlison has been criticised for his trolling of Liverpool's defeats in the Champions League and Premier League title race, and told to look at his own situation.

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Liverpool's season was undoubtedly impressive, playing in every game possible to them, winning a cup double and being about three goals short of an unprecedented quadruple.

However, they did miss out on the two biggest prizes and that's cause for all rival fans to mock them, rightly so, even if they had dreadful seasons themselves, it's just how rivalry works folks.

Liverpool players dejected after the final. Image: PA Images
Liverpool players dejected after the final. Image: PA Images

One such rival is Richarlison, with the Everton forward taking every chance to mock the Reds, even though Everton only just stayed in England's top tier by the skin of their teeth in the final week of the campaign.

The former Watford posted a photoshopped picture of him driving a bus and laughing, following the loss to Real Madrid on Saturday, but now former Liverpool defender Jose Enrique has hit out at the Toffees' star.

"Richarlison should look at himself. His team was nearly relegated and Everton spent even more than Liverpool in transfer fees. I believe he should look at his team and I see him and Gary Neville riling up fans," the former left back told Genting Casino.

"I know Gary Neville does it with Jamie Carragher and I know he’s a legend for Man United, but Richarlison getting involved when he didn’t have the best season in the world, he should be worrying more about himself. He’s not clever for getting involved."

The post by Richarlison came from a story earlier on Saturday, after a group of Liverpool fans were left stranded when their coach to Paris didn't arrive.

Rumours began circling that it was a fake company made up by Everton fans to troll their rivals, with claims that the company director was a 'Richard Arlison,' with even a photoshopped image of the Companies House details doing the rounds.

Of course that wasn't the case and it was just a group of Liverpool fans stuck by the side of the road for several hours with no way to get to France, thanks to someone's incompetence.

Not that it mattered to those who were enjoying the rumours, especially after Richarlison had already trolled the Reds following their inability to win the league on the final day of the season.

Richarlison scored important goals in Everton's bid for survival. Image: Alamy
Richarlison scored important goals in Everton's bid for survival. Image: Alamy

The Brazilian was integral in keeping Frank Lampard's team in the Premier League, scoring in their huge comeback win against Crystal Palace that officially kept them in the top tier.

He responded to that victory, that was marred by the attack on Patrick Viera and other fans, by taking to Twitter and having a go at Jamie Carragher.

In fairness to the Liverpool legend, and Sky Sports pundit, he took the abuse pretty well and said he would welcome more players hitting back at his criticism.

He may not be doing that as an Everton player much longer however, with the 25-year-old linked to two huge European clubs this summer.

The Premier League would definitely be worse without his antics in fairness, it's just what rivalry is all about!

Topics: Champions League, Premier League, Liverpool, Everton, Richarlison

Ryan Sidle
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