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By Michael Emmanuel
The Barclay English Premier League has inducted former Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson and ex Arsenal Manager, Arsene Wenger into the Premier League Hall of Fame.
The duo became the first two inductees due to their numerous contributions to the growth of the league.
Sir Alex Ferguson won 38 major trophies during his reign at Manchester having played 810 games winning 528 games with 13 Premier League titles. He retired in the 2012/13 season having won the league.
Arsene Wenger, who was Ferguson’s long term rival who spent 22nd years in charge as a manager in North London Club (Arsenal).
He was in charge of 828 games winning 476 with 3 trophies.
Arsenal went on to do the invincible in 2003/4 season winning the league. He holds the record as the manager with most games in the Premier League History.