Dirk Kuyt missed a sitter but the Kop boss blamed the result on Oliver for denying the Reds two spot-kicks.

Why it is time for a new manager at Liverpool
King Kenny said: “There will be some people for whom paranoia will set in and think there’s an agenda against this football club. We don’t see it that way but I suppose others will.”

Liverpool could have had penalties when Alan Hutton caught Luis Suarez and Eric Lichaj handled.

Kuyt claimed Oliver said he did not give the second because Lichaj had just been “unlucky”.

Dalglish raged: “I’ve never heard of a penalty not being given by a ref saying the boy had been unlucky. What chance have we got?

“To be denied a penalty because the opponent was unlucky¿” But the official DID get it wrong in booking Suarez for diving, when Stephen Ireland clearly stood on the Uruguayan striker’s foot.

Dalglish added: “It’s a joke — Suarez gets booked for diving. It’s lucky he’s not broken his foot.

Just more excuses from the Liverpool manager when the fact is he is playing the kind of football they play in the lower divisions.

Run with the ball down the wings and cross into the centre. I mean come on do we see Barcelona or Real Madrid playing like this?

What you see from the top teams in Europe is a short fast passing game. Which is the reason why three of the four remaining teams in the Europa League are Spanish?

This is the worst run of form Liverpool have has in 59 years, and if it was anyone other than a Liverpool legend in charge we would all be asking for his head.

I think that over in Boston the Fenway group is not as loyal as the fans to Dalglish, and that a loss to Everton in the FA Cup will seal Dalglish’s fate.

We need a younger manager with vision not a former player who can’t wait to get back to his house in Southport blaming everyone else for the clubs problems.

Even the press chimed in this week saying would you give this man 100 million?