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Suarez issues Reds' rallying cry

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Luis Suarez has turned to social media to issue a rallying cry to his teammates after Liverpool lost 4-0 to Tottenham this weekend.

The Reds have endured a mixed start to the season, and before the Spurs match could boast a respectable two wins, a draw and a loss so far in the campaign.

But after Tottenham ran riot against the Anfield outfit on Sunday, with Suarez eventually coming off in the 70th minute after becoming particularly frustrated at the referee, the striker says they will work hard to improve and get back into winning form.

“It is not easy to lose like we lost [against Spurs],” Suarez posted on Twitter.

“But we have to work hard to improve. I trust my team partners, come on!”

Liverpool are currently sitting eighth in the Barclays Premier League table, with seven points from five matches. The club will be looking to their Uruguayan striker to show some of his magic over the next few weeks as they take on Wolves, Everton and title favourites Manchester United.


 

But most prominent on Kenny Dalglish’s mind at the moment will be the Reds’ clash with Brighton at the Amex Stadium, where he looks set to hand summer signings Craig Bellamy and Sebastian Coates their first Liverpool starts.

Both came on against Tottenham, and Dalglish will likely play the pair alongside youngsters Jon Flanagan and Jack Robinson.

Charlie Adam and Martin Skrtel will miss the match, serving one-match suspensions for red cards at White Hart Lane.

But the biggest name on everyone’s lips in preparation for the game is Steven Gerrard, with Kenny Dalglish still insisting the Liverpool skipper won’t be rushed into making a comeback to help fix the side’s poor results.

"This is about a team and about a squad and not one player. Each player has to look at themselves, and correct the mistakes they made - and that is all they should concentrate on,” Dalglish said.

"We have had good days and we will have a lot more coming but that doesn't mean we dismiss a performance like that.

"When we played well we went out and worked hard to make it better and we'll do exactly the same."

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