With the appointment of Brendon Rodgers as the new Liverpool manager, the club is entering a completely new era.
It appears that this is not a false new dawn and one not only for the first team squad, but a fresh start for the club as a whole.
From the bottom right up to the top, Fenway Sports and John Henry are putting into action plans that were originally in their minds following their take over of the club.
Henry has shown himself to be a pragmatic and forward-thinking owner, one who seeks long-term stability and sustained success.
At the time of Kenny Dalglish's appointment as manager, Henry had little choice in the man to replace the inept Roy Hodgson; Liverpool Football Club needed to batten down the hatches, regroup and return to essence of what the club is all about.
In Dalglish, Henry had the perfect man for that moment, however the Scot was never going to be the man to lead the Reds long-term.
A commendable job was done by Dalglish and much credit should go to him, but a modern day manager Dalglish was not and was never going to be.
During his second, and almost certainly his last spell at the club's helm, the Kop hero did many postive things but, along the way, also made errors and mistakes.
Rodgers has already stated that he cannot, and will not ever replace Dalglish, but if he is to be more successful, there are a few of the Scot's mistakes that the Northern Irishman must not repeat.