Installing Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish as manager of the football club was, in some instances, a no-brainer.
After the turmoil at the end of the Hick and Gillett era, the Roy Hodgson experiment did not work, and so, stability and a time of re-grouping was desperately needed.
Dalglish provided Liverpool Football Club with a much-needed look at itself and to bring it back to its core values.
However, it has not all been smooth sailing, and certainly, Dalglish has had to weather a few tempests along the way.
The most testing of all is his current ordeal, where the Reds just cannot seem to string a set of good results together.
Dalglish himself has been the first to suggest that his aim is always to look after the best interest of Liverpool Football Club.
If the Kop legend is to continue his tenure at the helm of Liverpool, there are a few truths that maybe he needs to stare into the face of.
In no particular order, here are five things that Dalglish should have learnt from this season.