Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish criticised his players' attitude after a much-changed side lost at home to Fulham but also questioned his own decision-making.
With Saturday's FA Cup final against Chelsea in mind the Scot made nine changes - leaving out the likes of Luis Suarez, Steven Gerrard and Craig Bellamy - but saw his team lose to Martin Skrtel's fifth-minute own goal.
"Their attitude was not right and if you get a bad attitude you are going to get a bad performance and that is what we got," he said. "I think that is an accurate appraisal. I am culpable as well as I changed a lot of players to try to give everyone an opportunity to get in the frame for Saturday."
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