Former Manchester United winger, Ryan Giggs, is shocked after being snubbed for the Premier League’s Hall of Fame.
Giggs was dropped at the last minute, while he battles with allegations of assaulting two women.
The 47-year-old who won 13 league titles, was due to be one of the first players to be inducted, alongside the goal record scorer Alan Shearer.
But the UK Mirror claims that another all-time great, Thierry Henry, replaced Giggs and was announced on Monday with Shearer as the first two players to be invited into the Hall of Fame.
Arsenal legend Henry scored 175 Premier League goals in 258 games and will go down as one of the greatest players of all time, having won two titles, including the Invincibles season.
The Premier League has now made a 23 man shortlist for fans to vote for another six players to be inducted – but Giggs has been left out completely.
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