Liverpool plan Premier League victory parade

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It seems Liverpool's recent success has gone to their heads.

The Anfield giants are currently top of the Premier League table but could be surpassed by Manchester City if they win their game in hand.

If Manuel Pellegrini can guide Manchester City win their last three games it is highly likely that they will claim the title on goal difference for the second time in three years.

Despite that fact, Liverpool have gone ahead and started plans for a Premier League victory parade should they seal their first title in 24-years.

An advertisement for a temporary steward position appeared on a job website this week offering people the chance to work at the parade.

The job pay £6.31 and offers people the chance to be part of a historic day for Liverpool.

Liverpool's fate is still in their hands but they must call upon Luis Suarez in their last two games to try to make back the eight goals that separate Liverpool's goal difference from City's.

Manchester City must also first beat Everton at Goodison Park, which has been somewhat of a fortress under Roberto Martinez this season.

Even so, Liverpool are tempting fate by announcing plans to hold a victory parade for what would be their first Premier League triumph.

The advert reads: "We are pleased to announce that we have been chosen to supply temporary stewards for the Winners Parade to take place on May 12th if Liverpool FC win the football league.

"The role of the stewards is to help maintain the crowds along the planned route for the winner’s bus, to ensure the smooth running to what will be a fantastic day!'

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