On this day: United celebrate title win and Liverpool's 'world class problem'

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Stories about Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Fulham.

There is plenty on the lips of Premier League fans this morning as speculation mounts that David Moyes is about to lose his job as Manchester United manager.

Burnley have just been promoted back into the Premier League, which caps a wonderful season for Sean Dyche’s men and allows them to look forward to a summer of rebuilding their squad for next season.

We’ve cast our eye back to the stories making the headlines on this day last year.

‘Manchester United wrap up league title’

Manchester United secured the 2012/2013 Premier League title with a win over Aston Villa at Old Trafford.

The victory saw Sir Alex Ferguson wrestle the league crown back off of Manchester City.

The title win was well covered in the written and online press, with one of the main reasons for the victory put down to United’s acquisition of Robin Van Persie.

‘Chelsea to axe star to sign Falcao’

The Mirror ran a story which suggested that Chelsea were keen on signing Radamel Falcao, then at Atletico Madrid.

The same report suggested that the powers that be at Stamford Bridge were prepared to offload Thibaut Courtois in the process to ensure they got their man.

However, Falcao ultimately moved to AS Monaco in Ligue One but remains linked with a possible move to Chelsea on a regular basis.

‘Liverpool’s world class problem’

The BBC’s chief football writer Phil McNulty suggested that Liverpool had a world class problem in the form of Luis Suarez.

There were calls for the club to sell Suarez following his bite on Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic a year ago last weekend.

“As Liverpool's hierarchy discuss their next moves, they will be asking themselves what thought processes led Suarez to bite Ivanovic. Is the striker a personality who is simply impossible to control?” he wrote for the BBC.

‘Aussie becomes first overseas star to join 500 club’

Former Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer became the first overseas player to make 500 appearances in the Premier League.

The Aussie played 172 times for Fulham to go with a long career at Middlesbrough before he moved to Chelsea as a back up goalkeeper to Petr Cech last summer.

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