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Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Cantona joins Shearer, Henry in Premier League's Hall of Fame

Eric Cantona joins Shearer, Henry in Premier League's Hall of Fame 2021 class.




Frenchman, Former Manchester United forward Eric Cantona became the third player to be inducted into the Premier League's Hall of Fame after former Newcastle United striker Alan Shearer and ex-Arsenal forward Thierry Henry, the league said on Tuesday.




Former Manchester United forward Eric Cantona, goals, games, records, titles ...


Four league titles in five seasons at United, scoring 70 goals in 156 league appearances for the Old Trafford club.


Also won the 1991-92 First Division title with Leeds United.


Cantona, 54, is also remembered for the infamous "kung-fu" kick he launched at Crystal Palace fan in January 1995





"I am very happy and very proud, but at the same time I am not surprised," Cantona told the Premier League website. "I would've been surprised not to be elected!


"I have been lucky to play in this team, with wonderful players, a wonderful manager and wonderful fans."




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