Fans left stunned After Ian Wright provide a damming verdict on 26-years-old Tottenham Attacker

It has been a difficult road for Richarlison at Tottenham Hotspur, but he is finally starting to find some light under Ange Postecoglou.

In truth, given the free-flowing and attacking nature of Ange Postecoglou’s style. You would find it very difficult not to score goals in this Tottenham team.

Ian Wright was someone who always felt that, as soon as Richarlison found that spark, then he would seriously get going and prove his worth.

And now the Premier League legend thinks that Richarlison is proving to be ‘very, very dangerous’, as he told Premier League Productions (01/01/24 at 2:25 pm).

The 27-year-old, after his club-record transfer to Tottenham from Everton last summer, has six goals from 17 Premier League games this term.

That’s five in his last six – Michail Antonio eat your heart out!

All have been crucial goals from the Brazil international, who if he didn’t perform under Ange Postecoglou, probably would have been replaced at the end of the season.

“I always said, with someone like Richarlison, as streaky as he is or can be, if he gets into that mode of scoring, he is very, very dangerous,” said Wright.

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Son Heung-min leaving for the Asian Cup

This is going to be a big blow for Tottenham and it’s something they are going to have to cope without.

Given the number of chances Spurs created, you feel that won’t change, especially given how Postecoglou plays.

But with Richarlison hitting form, you feel it has come at the right time because, if there was any time for Son to leave, then it’s now.

Yes, the South Korean star’s absence could still prove to be costly, but if you are going to leave, then it would rather be now when Richarlison is in this mood.

Not forgetting that James Maddison is pretty close to returning from injury, as well as centre-back Micky van de Ven.







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