Rio Ferdinand and Gary Neville react to Manchester United legend’s PL Hall of Fame induction

Manchester United legend Andy Cole becomes latest Premier League Hall of Fame inductee

Andy Cole has been confirmed as the latest inductee into the Premier League Hall of Fame.

In a career that spanned nearly two decades, the 52-year-old featured in 414 Premier League games, scoring 187 goals and producing 73 assists.

Alongside Man United, the former England international also represented Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, Fulham, Man City, Portsmouth, and Sunderland.

Manchester United legend Andy Cole becomes latest Premier League Hall of Fame inductee.

Cole was inducted into the PL Hall of Fame alongside Chelsea legend John Terry.

Cole received praises from across the footballing world, most notably fellow United legends Gary Neville and Rio Ferdinand, who commented on his Instagram post to acknowledge the feat.

Gary Neville congratulating Andy Cole upon his PL Hall of Fame induction
Rio Ferdinand congratulating Andy Cole upon his PL Hall of Fame induction

More history celebrations for United amid mediocre present

A gleaming star of United’s illustrious past, Cole has rightfully earned his spot on the Premier League pantheon of greats.

Manchester United legend Andy Cole becomes latest Premier League Hall of Fame inductee. (Source: Transfermarkt) | Mandatory Credit: Gary M Prior /Allsport
Cole for Man United: 275 games, 121 goals, 44 assists. (Source: Transfermarkt) | Mandatory Credit: Gary M Prior /Allsport

His Hall of Fame induction, however, arrives at a time when the United faithful are once again being reminded of how far the mighty Red Devils have fallen since their high-flying days under Sir Alex Ferguson’s leadership.

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United’s legends of the past will continue to be celebrated for years to come. Those currently at Old Trafford, however, have on their hands the gargantuan task of writing some illustrious history of their own.