Former strikers Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry are the first members of the Premiership Hall of Fame. Shearer, who has played for Southampton, Blackburn and Newcastle in his career, is the leader in the eternal Premier League goalscoring table with 260. He scored them in 14 seasons, during which he won one title with Rovers. He is also the only player in history with at least 100 goals for two different teams.
A huge number of amazing players have gone through the Premier League and I am honored to be among the first in the Hall of Fame. I have always dreamed of being a striker, winning trophies, scoring goals at St. James' Park and wearing "I enjoyed every minute of my career," Shearer said.
Henri is a former Arsenal captain and club record holder with 175 goals in 258 games. He has two titles, one of which was won with the Undefeated 2003/2004 season. "Being involved with Shearer is more than special. It's amazing that I'm in the Hall of Fame today, and as a kid I was just trying to find a pair of shoes," said the Frenchman.