Manager claims the team has lost their ‘ethos’.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has opened up on the true extent of the turmoil that the club are in following their 3-0 defeat to Manchester United on Sunday, according to the Metro.
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The Reds slumped to their seventh defeat of the campaign at the hands of their fiercest rivals and now face a tricky Capital One Cup quarter-final clash on Wednesday with Championship leaders Bournemouth on Wednesday.
But despite their contrasting statures in the game, Rodgers has revealed that his side could be in danger of a shock defeat as they have lost their ethos.
“We have to recapture the team ethos. With the emphasis of the team, it is clear to me that we are searching to find solutions,” he said.
“The players are working hard, the players have given everything, they are pressing and they are working.
“In every dressing room there have always been been issues, but it is not something I discuss outside of the dressing room. The players are honest but we are not getting results.”
He added: “I can’t fault the commitment of the players because they gave everything.”
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