Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry Make History as First Inductees into Premier League Hall Of Fame
Newcastle and Blackburn legend Alan Shearer and Arsenal legend Thierry Henry have made history today by becoming the first players to be inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame.
The hall of fame is the highest individual honor awarded to players by the Premier League and celebrates the talent and achievements of outstanding professional footballers who featured in the top division since inception in 1992. To qualify, players must have retired as of the 1st of August 2020.
Thierry Henry Played 258 games for Arsenal in the Premier League scoring 175 goals, with 75 assists. He won the golden boot award 4 times, voted player of the season twice, player of the month 4 times while also winning the premier league with arsenal two times.
On his own part Alan Shearer was also voted player of the month 4 times in Premier, Player of the season once in the 1994/95 season, the same season he won the premier league trophy with Blackburn Rovers. Shearer also won the golden boot 3 times scoring 260 goals, 64 assists and 441 appearances for Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle from 1991 to 2005.
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