After what was seen as a possible threat of administration, finally, we have a new owner who vows to be a "winner" and wants to learn and listen to the fans' groups, the manager and the players.
So, the hardest part of the saga has come to a happy end, at least for now. John W. Henry has finally taken over the club, and has made it clear that funds will be available to strengthen the squad.
A miserable off-the-field drama came to an end with the anticipation of being followed on field. However, Roy Hodgson's men were outplayed completely against Everton and the club now sits on the devastating 19th position.
Here I am proposing a five step process which can revitalize the club's on-field performances and hopefully Liverpool FC starts completing for major trophies.
However, I am leaving the "need of a new 60,000-plus capacity stadium " to the owners as long-term strategy.
I'd also like to see your comments on the remedies I am providing here.