On this day: Chelsea told to pay £1.2m, five-star Moyes and Flamini puts the scissors down

On the 27th November 2013 what were the stories that dominated the football landscape? Including Arsenal, Chelsea, West Brom and Manchester United.

Let's cast our eyes back to this exact day, the 27th November 2014, but a year earlier.

What were the main tales from that day? What big events were happening in Premier League football?

Here are some of the big scoops from the 27th November 2013…

Flamini agrees to shirt legend

In a rather bizarre story Mathieu Flamini had to agree to stop cutting the sleeves on his Arsenal shirt when he was asked to play in long-sleeves. The French midfielder often found himself cutting the sleeves at the bicep for a more comfortable fit. However this went against a club tradition of the captain choosing the shirt-length for every game.

Flamini agreed to stop the practice after a warning from Arsene Wenger to stop doing so, and after an angry exchange with Arsenal kit man Vic Akers.

But goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny continues to get away with it...

Izzy worth it?

Chelsea were told by West Brom to pay £1.2 million for teenage striker Izzy Brown.

The striker had joined Chelsea in July as a 16-year-old, meaning the fee would eventually be set at tribunal.

The deal sparked a heated debate between the two sides, with Chelsea wanting to pay £900,000 less for the England youth international.

The fee paid for Brown in the end has still not been disclosed but judging by the promise he is showing, it will be a bargain.

Five star Moyes

In perhaps David Moyes' finest Manchester United moment his side ripped Bundesliga opponents Bayer Leverkusen apart in the BayArena.

They won the game 5-0 with goals from Antonio Valencia, Emir Spahic (og), Jonny Evans, Chris Smalling and Nani doing the job.

But it was Wayne Rooney who stole the show - setting up four of the five goals.

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