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Parry wants an end to bad publicity

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Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry has called for everyone associated with the club to stop washing their dirty linen in public and unite after weeks of turmoil on and off the pitch.

Fans stayed behind on the Kop after Saturday evening´s Barclays Premier League game against Sunderland to protest against American owners George Gillett and Tom Hicks, with some carrying banners calling for Dubai Investment Capital to step forward and take over the club.

"This is not the Liverpool we all know and love," said Parry. "It has never been our style to wash our dirty linen in public and it is never pleasant for anyone when it happens."

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