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Ian Wright names the two players he'd put in Premier League Hall of Fame ahead of Thierry Henry

1 month ago   |   By Metro

The Arsenal legend feels there are two slightly more deserving players
Arsenal legend Ian Wright believes the first two inductees to the Premier League 's Hall of Fame should be Alan Shearer and Ryan Giggs, with Thierry Henry just missing out.
The Premier League was due to announce the first two members of the new Hall of Fame back in March, but the ceremony was delayed due to the coronavirus crisis.
With the season set to get back underway later this month, the Hall of Fame is also likely to finally be announced and Wright, who is a huge fan of Henry, feels there are two ex-players who...
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