Liverpool boss Rodgers hints at unrest within dressing room
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has hinted at "issues" within the dressing-room and admits their "team ethos" has been lost.
The Reds lost 3-0 to Manchester United on Sunday which has left last season's runners-up in tenth place in the Premier League table.
Rodgers said: "We have to recapture the team ethos. With the emphasis of the team, it is clear to me that we are searching to find solutions.
"The players are working hard, the players have given everything, they are pressing and they are working.
"In every dressing room there have always been been issues, but it is not something I discuss outside of the dressing room. The players are honest but we are not getting results.
"I can't fault the commitment of the players because they gave everything.
"We didn't deserve to lose, but we need to be more clinical.
"Their keeper got man of the match and that tells you everything. We created more chances against United than in the last five or six games but we are disappointed with the first and the third goal.
"The second one was clearly offside. With the players we had we did the best we could."