Anfield: No place like homeLiverpool come to realisation that home is where the heart is
By Ben Smith BBC Sport
This time there were no false promises about shovels going into the ground within 60 days.
Two years to the day since Fenway Sports Group (FSG) took control of Liverpool, this was confirmation the club now believes the key to their long-term future has been lying under their feet all along.
Liverpool are staying put. The club's bond with Anfield, its spiritual home since 1892, is to be preserved, along with the memories of those spine-tingling moments synonymous with a famous history.
For John W Henry and Tom Werner, Liverpool's principal owner and chairman respectively, the decision is in keeping with their experience at the Boston Red Sox.