Former Manchester United legend Eric Cantona enters Premier League Hall of Fame

Eric Cantona has been inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame.

Former Manchester United player Eric Cantona has been added to the Premier League Hall of Fame.

Cantona has won 4 PL titles in his 5 seasons, scoring 70 goals in 156 matches for the Red Devils. He retired in May 1997.

After he gave up his boots, Cantona has worked in French Cinema and has acted in and produced many movies.

On being inducted he said, “I’m cheerful and exceptionally pleased and simultaneously, I am not shocked!”

England striker Alan Shearer and ex-France forward Thierry Henry became the players to be inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame a month ago.

The honor perceives players who have exhibited an uncommon record of on-pitch achievement and have made significant commitments in the division since its creation in 1992.

To be qualified for acceptance, players must be retired by August 1, 2020.

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