Dalglish calls for Reds to support Suarez

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has called for the club to unite around striker Luis Suarez as he faces racism allegations, The Daily Mirror reports.

Suarez has been charged with racist abuse towards Manchester United defender Patrice Evra during the 1-1 draw between the two sides at Anfield on 15th October. On top of that, the Uruguayan has also been charged with an indecent gesture aimed at the Fulham fans during the Reds’ 1-0 loss on Monday night. The fiery Reds striker has been unable to keep out of the limelight in recent weeks and has received some negative press in the process.

Dalglish has lambasted the Football Association for taking too long to deal with the racism case and has now called for the Liverpool community and club to unite in defence of their striker. The Reds boss believes that the fans will show their support, starting with the game against QPR, and if they can ride the controversial wave surrounding Suarez, their title ambitions can be much more realistic.

‘What you must do in times like these is realise it is in adversity every segment of the football club must pull together, and that is what we have done. They will all get together and be right behind Luis on Saturday, because as they know he’s not getting a fair crack of the whip. The people here, we know the truth about what is happening’, Dalglish said.

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