‘He was a waste of space’… Pundit praises Tottenham player for his total transformation

The Brazilian, famously, scored just one goal for Spurs last season, and he didn’t get off to the best of starts this term either.

He did, however, appear to have recovered his scoring form recently, scoring some crucial goals against Nottingham Forest and Newcastle.

Eamon Dunphy and John Giles have been talking about Ricky Richardson’s recent comeback on his podcast, and they both concur that the attacker’s form has much improved.

The Richarlison has changed

Dunphy and Giles agreed about the assailant.

“He has instilled that composure and assurance in his players.” especially to Richarlison, who opened the score on Friday evening. We spent years watching this waste of space. Though he’s moody and Brazilian, he seems to be playing more freely these days. Do you think the coach is to blame for that? Dunphy stated.

Giles stated, “He was a complete bust at Everton and the same at Spurs, but they’ve made a big change with him. He’s scoring goals the way Spurs expected him to score goals.”


Tottenham star ‘can’t answer’ Leeds United transfer question as suspense plays out

Since the center back has been playing well for Leeds, there have been rumors that he could be staying at Elland Road for a long time.

The Wales star Joe Rodon has dismissed concerns about his long-term Leeds United future.

Due to his impressive play while on loan at Tottenham, there are rumors that the player may decide to transfer permanently to west Yorkshire this summer. Currently, his loan agreement is set to expire at the end of the current campaign, and there has been no mention of a potential pre-agreed option that the Whites may exercise.

As one of the first names on the team sheet under manager Daniel Farke, Rodon has made eighteen league appearances for Leeds this season. It goes without saying that Leeds wants to return to the Premier League, and what level they play in the following season may have an effect on that.

Rodon says he is focused on the task at hand for the time being. He was asked if he wanted his future to be settled next month while speaking to young patients at Leeds General Infirmary following a Christmas visit.

He grinned and replied, “I can’t answer that question.” “I can only think about the upcoming game and what will happen.

“[I’m here for the season] of course, and my goal is to give it my all and try to achieve the best results I can with this team and this club.”

The 26-year-old will face the top offensive team in the division this weekend when Ipswich Town visits Elland Road; the outcome of the match might be crucial for both teams’ hopes of moving up.

Rodon continued, “We can’t ignore the fact that Ipswich has had an incredible season thus far and it’s going to be a very tough game.” “We can only work hard this week and prepare for Saturday’s events to see what transpires.”

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