Richarlison up for fans' player of the month award

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Everton star Richarlison has been shortlisted for the PFA Bristol Street Motors Player of the Month Award for February.

This Award is decided by football fans across the globe and you can add your voice to improve "Richie's" chances of winning by submitting your vote today.


 

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Derek Knox
1 Posted 08/03/2020 at 01:14:02
While I admit that Richarlison has put in a decent shift in all the games in February, I am not convinced that he is a sole nominee or contender for this accolade. I think Mason Holgate has been our most consistent performer, closely followed by Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

Only my humble opinion, btw!

Brian Cleveland
2 Posted 08/03/2020 at 12:02:01
I was thinking similarly, Derek, but perhaps Calvert-Lewin before Holgate.

But they aren't "fashionable" are they?

Simon Smith
3 Posted 08/03/2020 at 13:44:41
Don’t let Geoff Lambert see you brandishing those 2 mugs names around.
Jim Burns
6 Posted 11/03/2020 at 16:26:28
No brainer for me - Calvert-Lewin and Holgate have both done well – but Richardson is the only one that's put a consistent effort in and resembles what we would expect from someone in a blue shirt. I'd be interested in seeing his heat map stats for ground covered etc.
Michael Lynch
7 Posted 11/03/2020 at 16:33:07
Yes, Richarlison puts a shift in every game. It looks like it means more to him than any of the other players, to be honest, which is a sad reflection of our current squad. I know he has a narky face anyway, but he wants to win so badly and it shows.

Even when he doesn't seem to be contributing a great deal up front, he's working his bollocks off covering for our inadequate midfield and sluggish defence. And when he is contributing up front, he's by far our most creative and effective player.

Number one priority is to get him to stay in the summer and give him some decent midfielders to feed off. If we don't do that, we don't deserve to keep him.

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