Dalglish calls for more belief from his players

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has admitted that his squad need to have more belief in themselves following another frustrating draw, liverpoolfc.tv reports.

Dalglish watched his side draw their sixth game at home so far this season despite dominating possession and creating a bundle of chances. Liverpool have endured the same misfortune all season and were held 1-1 by relegation threatened Blackburn Rovers at Anfield. The Reds could have moved above Arsenal temporarily before the Gunners face Wolves today, but failed to take the chance. Liverpool remain sixth, but have dropped four point against teams in the bottom three in their last two games. Dalglish recognises the problems and despite his frustrations, the Scot is hopeful his side can start to score more and more.

The Liverpool boss said: ‘We just need a bit more belief in ourselves and maybe a goalkeeper coming here and having a nightmare. It is the same thing I’ve said after quite a few of the games here – we had more than enough chances to have won the game. The performance could have been a touch better, but there are no complaints about the number of chances we created’.

Liverpool face Newcastle at Anfield on Friday and will be looking to get a vital home win to keep their title hopes alive. This particular game has conjured up some memorable moments in the past and will see Reds striker Andy Carroll face his former side.

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