Cantona and Roy Keane join the Premier League Hall of Fame

The former players of Manchester
United
Eric
Cantona Y Roy
Keane have been chosen to enter the Hall of Fame of the Premier
League, after beating 21 other candidates in the voting.

Cantona scored 70 goals in 156 games with him United and won the league four times before retiring in 1997, while Keane played 366 games in the Premier and won seven league titles.

This recognition honors players who have demonstrated exceptional performance on the field and have made a significant contribution to the competition since it became known as Premier
League in 1992.

“I am very happy and very proud,” he said. Cantona. “But at the same time I’m not surprised. I would have been surprised if they didn’t pick me,” said the Frenchman.

I’m not surprised

“I feel very lucky to have been admitted, but I have only been chosen thanks to the players I played with,” he said. Keane.

Four more players will be announced for the Hall of Fame throughout this week.