Premier League Inducts Terry, Cole Into Hall Of Fame

Five-time Premier League winners, John Terry and Andrew Cole have been inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame.

According to the League’s official website, following the combination of the Premier League Awards Panel’s and fans’ votes from across the globe, the pair were chosen from a shortlist of 15 former players.

They become the 23rd and 24th inductees into the Premier League Hall of Fame, joining Ashley Cole, who was also awarded the highest honor by the League this year.

On Tuesday in London, there will be a celebration where the three new inductees will be acknowledged.

Cole scored 187 goals from 414 appearances, which includes just one penalty, which puts him fourth in the Premier League’s all-time highest-goalscorers’ list. In his first Premier League season in 1993–94, he scored 34 goals for Newcastle United, earning him the Golden Boot.

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