I absolutely respect everyone's right to an opinion but also respect the right to challenge that opinion, and whilst the bare bones of the stats might be accurate, football isn't all about just about goals scored, and anyone that didn't see the amount of effort that Richarlson put in on the pitch for Everton, plus his positive effect on the mentality of the overall squad, is just being wilfully ignorant IMHO. Without him (any ironically Pickford, hi Jez!) in that run-in we would have been relegated - I have absolutely no doubt about that.
Regarding the circumstances of his sale, Spurs had us over a barrel as they knew exactly what our financial circumstances were, why we needed to sell and when we needed to sell by - exactly the same as Man United did with Rooney in 2004 - and yet I still see people asking what more the board/Kenwright could have done! Uhm - maybe not got us into that/those financial situation(s) in the first place yeah?!?
If Richarlison was still an Everton player now then we would almost certainly be in a better league position, and we could almost certainly sell him in January/the summer (maybe even to a club that he actually wanted to go to!) for more than £60m - and I think it's pretty likely that Spurs will do exactly that.
We're (still) an absolute shambles. And not just in the boardroom