Kenny Dalglish: 'Liverpool not suicidal after defeats'

Dalglish: 'Liverpool not suicidal after defeats'
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Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish claims that his side are not "suicidal" after back-to-back league defeats.

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has said that the club are not "suicidal" after their recent league defeats.

The Reds have lost back-to-back matches against Stoke City and Tottenham Hotspur respectively, but Dalglish believes that the team will rectify any problems they may have.

"We didn't get carried away with the victories we have and we won't get suicidal over the defeats we have either," said the Scot.

"We know it was not acceptable (at Tottenham) but the good thing is that the players realise it is not acceptable," he said.

"At the same time we have to address the problems, if we have them, and we will do. We'll do it properly and professionally."

The Merseyside club host Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday.

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