The Premier League HOF announces their first two members

The Premier League HOF announces their first two members
26 Apr
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After what can only be described as a trying league for European Football, it is nice to move on with something positive, as the Premier League Hall of Fame has announced their first two members.

Former Blackburn and Newcastle star, Alan Shearer and former Arsenal player, Thierry Henry are the first two members of a group that will also include six more members based on a public vote.

Shearer’s 260 Goals are the most on Premier League history, and his striking ability is second to none of his day.

Henry played for Arsenal from 1999 to 2007 and the native of France was a four-time Premier League Golden Boot winner.  The Gunners won two FA Cups while he was there. 

We here at would like to congratulate both Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry for earning this very prestigious honor.  

Last modified on Monday, 26 April 2021 19:48
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