Liverpool angry with Football League over Carling Cup match decision

Liverpool are unhappy with the Football League after being ordered to play their quarter final of the Carling Cup just two days after a key Premier League fixture, The Telegraph reports.

The Reds travel to Stamford Bridge on November 29th two days after they host Manchester City in the league. Liverpool have appealed to the Carling Cup organisers and the Premier League to rethink the situation, but their pleas have been rejected. Manager Kenny Dalglish is concerned that Liverpool will not have much chance to prepare for the Chelsea game and Dalglish concerns the League Cup as one of the Reds’ big chances to win a trophy in his first full season back in the Liverpool hot seat.

The Reds have played strong sides in their fixtures previous to the Chelsea game and they were looking to do the same at Stamford Bridge. However, Dalglish may have to use a weakened side to ensure his side are not fatigued after two games in three days.

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