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Former Arsenal star receives induction to the Premier League Hall of Fame

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Former Arsenal star Ashley Cole has been honored with induction into the Premier League Hall of Fame, marking a significant recognition of his outstanding career. Arsenal, in a statement on their official website, praised Cole’s achievements, highlighting his instrumental role in the club’s successes.

Ashley Cole, a product of the Arsenal academy, made his debut in November 1999 and went on to make a remarkable 156 appearances for the Gunners in the Premier League. He was a key member of the famous Invincibles team that went unbeaten in the 2003/04 season, playing a pivotal role in 32 of the 38 matches during that historic campaign.

 

During his time at Arsenal, Cole lifted the Premier League trophy three times, including in the 2001/02 season when Arsenal secured a domestic double. His contributions to the team’s success were immense, and his reputation as one of the best left-backs of his generation was well-deserved.

After his time at Arsenal, Cole moved to Chelsea where he continued to excel, adding another Premier League title to his collection. His career also took him to clubs like Roma, LA Galaxy, and Derby County, showcasing his talent across different leagues.

On the international stage, Cole represented England with distinction, earning 107 caps over a span of 13 years. His induction into the Premier League Hall of Fame is a fitting tribute to his exceptional career and the impact he had on English football.

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