Apart from three major changes mentioned above, there are three "smaller" key moments this season that made it so very special for me personally (in chronological order).
February 6th. A could be legend showed his true colours when the storm was blowing and we needed him the most. Torres thought the grass were greener and took off. Naturally, in a season with all the right ingredients of a great drama, he was fated to meet his former club in his first appearance. Meireles did score, we did win away to Chelsea, and there were friendly handshakes before the game, but I was Agger that day, and I had a message.
April 15th. From a could be legend to a true Liverpool legend. On the Hillsborough memorial service that marked the 22nd anniversary Rafael Benitez was there. Almost a year earlier he had been sacked and since then was never thanked (in public) for all that he did. Not only was he a great manager for Liverpool giving us magic european nights and trophies, but he understood the club, the city and the fans. He understood Hillsborough and was always there to support and as a symbol to that he donated £96,000 to the HFSG. For all these things he was never thanked, until April 15th. Rafa cried, and I cried like I haven't done in years.
April 17th. Jack Robinson, (who became the youngest ever Liverpool player under Rafa) a 17 year old local lad makes his season debut in the 21st minute as a substitute away at Arsenal. Kenny knows the pressure that Jack must feel and in a moment of brilliant man management, just before he is subbed on, takes his arm and tells him a joke to dampen any jitters. Robinson comes on and does brilliantly against the likes of van Persie and one of the fastest wingers in the league; Theo Walcott.
I remember sending those mails and being an internet terrorist. I remember watching Roy go for a draw against Wigan. I also remember all those mails somewhere being worth it when we got new owners, leaving H&G with a loss in the process. And I remember getting a revenge at Manchester United and Manchester City. In a season with all the drama of a Shakespearian play, but instead of the all stab and everyone dies ending we can see a golden sky and hear the sweet silver song of a lark. We didn't win a trophy this season, but for many of us we won the biggest trophy of them all: we got our Liverpool back!