English FA Bans Richarlison Over Blaze Flare Incident Against Chelsea.

Richarlison, a new attacker for Tottenham Hotspur, has received a one-match suspension after tossing a smoke flare to celebrate a goal for his former team Everton last season.

The 25-year-old, who last week finalized a £60 million transfer to Spurs, scored the only goal for the Toffees in a 1-0 victory over Chelsea at home on May 1. He then reacted to the goal by picking up a flare that was lying on the field and throwing it into the Goodison Park stands.

After confessing to inappropriate behavior, the Football Association stated on Tuesday that he had received a fine of £25,000 and a one-match suspension.

According to a statement from the FA, Richarlison de Andrade was fined £25,000 and given a one-match suspension for breaking FA Rule E3 on Sunday, May 1, 2022 during a Premier League encounter.

The forward for Tottenham Hotspur FC acknowledged that his behavior against Chelsea FC in the 46th minute of this game while representing Everton was improper, and his sentence was applied during a subsequent hearing.

On June 1, the FA charged Richarlison.

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Tony Cascarino who recently asserted that Richarlison was overpaid by Tottenham to Everton says: "I don't see him in the starting eleven," Cascarino stated. That in itself is an issue.

"If you had asked me what you would charge for him, I would have replied that it would be closer to £30 million and not more than £40 million.

"I just see a player that gets knocked down too readily. He would anger a lot of Everton supporters since he is knocked down frequently during games.

"I'm not sure if he would fit in well with the Spurs. It's possible that I'll be eating humble pie at the end of the season and admitting that I was completely mistaken. But Richarlison, I don't see it, and I believe that's a tremendous fee.

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