Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has threatened some of his players with a swift exit from the club if they persist with the attitude which contributed to a 3-1 defeat at Bolton.
Mark Davies and Nigel Reo-Coker were able to put their side 2-0 up inside half an hour and although Craig Bellamy's seventh of the season reduced the deficit, Gretar Steinsson restored the two-goal cushion just five minutes into the second half.
For the first time since returning as Reds boss just over a year ago, the Scot publicly criticised his squad. He said: "There is no-one at this football club who doesn't have respect for other people. If that was what the problem was, if they thought this game was not as important as the next one, then fine - but they won't be here."
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