After much legal wrangling, NESV, headed by John W. Henry, have taken control of Liverpool Football Club.
NESV have worked wonders at the Boston Red Sox, taking them from a perennial “almost” team who hadn't touched a championship in 86 years, to two time champions and the second biggest payroll in the AL.
But Liverpool fans a weary and skeptical bunch of the reign of Tom Hick and George Gillett. It will take much more than big promises for NESV to endear themselves to supporters.
They've gotten off to a fairly good start, staying more or less quite and choosing to let their actions do the talking.
Here's five things they must do to come through on their pledge to “under promise and over achieve”.