The 20 most shocking moments of the 2013/14 Premier League season
From sackings to ill-advised tweets and appointing work experience kids to headbutts, it's been a vintage season
Another Premier League season is nearly over, and most would agree it's been a terrifically entertaining campaign.
But as well as a thrilling title race, a 'miracle' at the bottom of the table and some exceptional football, as is always the case, there have been some moments to forget for those involved.
So here, we look back across the season and remember the moments that even Arsene Wenger couldn't fail to miss and left onlookers as bewildered as David Moyes.
Check out the gallery below for our 20 most most shocking moments of the season...
Which were your favourite moments of the season? Let us know in the comments below...
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