A dramatic goal in injury time meant Liverpool had to go into extra time against their American owners, before they can be owned by other Americans.
Shaun Gilette, one of the owners struggling to maintain power realises that his injury time goal was 'a close shave' as he put it, however he is sure he can ruin Liverpool with a little more effort.
Football fans haven't experienced such edge of the seat entertainment for years. Consulting his city broker a Liverpool fan, wanted to know the best financial plan for the club.
'As you know' said the broker 'teams can go up or down. It is often a question of luck. But Banks are happy to provide a loan for a big company as Liverpool are. At the moment, anyway.'
Bookmakers have shortened their odds on a Liverpool relegation this season and stand to loose millions if the Pool go down.'
'Mersey, mersey, mersey - the old Freddie Mercury classic is set to replace his 'We are the champions' and the Queen is looking down her nose as the Reds are descending.
President Obama is being urged to step in by David Cameron who is on a mission to America to save the northern club from Yankee sharks.
At a White Hose Press Conference Cameron publicly encouraged Obama to step onto the field at the eleventh hour to let Liverpool continue in the Premier League.
Obama, diplomatically, failed to reply but he knew Americans were equal to England on the football field and wasn't going to accept lectures from a former footballing nation.