As expected FSG have proven to be top owners. There were some bumps on the road, but now the club sits in a fantastic position both on and off the field. Anfield looks amazing, Kirkby training grown on horizon, world class manager, world class ops/management structure (Moore/Edwards, etc), financial health, great commercial growth opportunities (new kit deal, using CL win as springboard) and now European champions.
After the CL win, Klopp made a comment regarding FSG that i think goes unnoticed but is important, and it was along the lines of "they don't put any pressure on us, they know we can deliver". I think it's important that FSG let Klopp come in and work on the project and look at the big, long-term picture, instead coming in and feel the pressure to win "now", which could have meant short-term transactions to get a League Cup but not necessarily what is best for the club to be long-term competitors.
It was not long ago at all that we had to read some really dumb sh*t from anti-FSG crew, and obviously it does not come as a surprise that those same people are now quiet.