Clarke tells Reds to keep going

Liverpool first team coach Steve Clarke has urged his players to keep the faith and keep heading in the right direction, reports.

The Reds’ 11 game unbeaten run came to an end at Craven Cottage on Monday night. A controversial red card for Jay Spearing turned the game and the defeat left Liverpool five points away from the top four. Clarke believes that the club are doing the right things and changes are unneccessary.

Clarke said: ‘The message is always the same, to keep working as we’re working, to believe the direction we’re going in. Just keep the faith and keep playing in the manner we’ve been playing. There is no need for drastic changes. We were on a fantastic run before we lost on Monday night.’

Liverpool host newly promoted QPR at Anfield this afternoon and will look to get back on track with three points. The Reds have struggled against the other two newly promoted sides, Norwich and Swansea, at Anfield and Clarke believes QPR are a dangerous outfit after their summer recruitment drive.

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