Tottenham ahead Richarlison has shut down rumours over his alleged half in Antonio Conte’s departure and insisted he was not the “mutiny chief” behind the exit of his former supervisor.
Conte left Spurs on Sunday by mutual consent per week on from a rare rant wherein he criticised his personal “egocentric gamers” following a 3-3 draw at Southampton.
Richarlison, who was injured through the dramatic St Mary’s conflict, was later accused by a journalist from Argentinian broadcaster TyC Sports activities of giving an ultimatum to Tottenham alongside membership team-mate Cristian Romero over Conte’s future.
However the Brazil worldwide rejected these allegations on Thursday.
“Questioning and criticising me as a participant for my efficiency is a part of soccer and I received it,” Richarlison stated on Twitter.
“Nevertheless, telling lies about me, I do not settle for! I’ve all the time had a number of respect for Conte and for all my coaches.
“He helped me quite a bit in my (sic) coming to the Spurs and, at any time when we had an issue (even when it was public) we solved it based mostly on dialog and professionalism – and this he can affirm.
“I wasn’t a mutiny chief in opposition to him, it was fairly the alternative. I am sorry I did not ship as a lot as he anticipated of me and I did not do sufficient for him to remain.
“When he left, I despatched him a message thanking him for the whole lot and wishing him the very best trigger that is what he deserves!
“Alternatively, the journalist accountable for this terrible lie didn’t even do the least which might be speaking to my PR or listening to me. Dangerous skilled and dangerous character! And disgrace on you, TyC Sports activities!”
Richarlison is ready to overlook Tottenham’s first match because the departure of Conte, what would have been his return to Everton on Monday, with a minor muscle damage.
Tottenham’s remaining Premier League fixtures
April 3: Everton (A) – Premier League, kick-off 8pm, stay on Sky Sports activities
April 8: Brighton (H) – Premier League, kick-off 3pm
April 15: Bournemouth (H) – Premier League, kick-off 3pm
April 23: Newcastle (A) – Premier League, kick-off 2pm, stay on Sky Sports activities
April 27: Man Utd (H) – Premier League, kick-off 8.15pm
April 30: Liverpool (A) – Premier League, kick-off 4.30pm, stay on Sky Sports activities
Could 6: Crystal Palace (H) – Premier League, kick-off 3pm
Could 13: Aston Villa (A) – Premier League, kick-off 3pm
Could 20: Brentford (H) – Premier League, kick-off 3pm
Could 28: Leeds (A) – Premier League, kick off 3pm