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36-year-old veteran GK who played with ‘Celtic trio’ retires from active duty at end of season

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Joe Hart, who has a strong connection with South Korean players, will hang up his boots at the end of the season.

Celtic announced on the club’s website on Wednesday (June 22) that “Hart will retire at the end of the season. He recently informed the club of his decision. Everyone at Celtic would like to thank him for his fantastic and enduring contribution to the team,” the club said in a statement.

Hart is a 36-year-old English goalkeeper. A product of Shrewsbury Town’s youth academy, he made his first-team debut for the club in 2003. Shrewsbury were in the Fourth Division at the time, and Hart was a regular in the 2005-06 season, making 46 league appearances.

This led to a move to Manchester City. He spent his first season on loan at lower league clubs, including Tranmere Rovers and Blackpool, before returning to City in 2007-08, where he showed his potential by making 26 Premier League (PL) appearances. He continued to gain playing time, and after a loan spell at Birmingham City in 2009-10, he became City’s ‘number one’.

However, the arrival of Pep Guardiola ahead of the 2016-17 season changed that. Guardiola wanted a goalkeeper with good feet who 바카라사이트 could build up from the buildup. City had signed Claudio Bravo in goal at the time, and Hart, who was naturally out of position, was sent on loan to Torino.

Hart played 36 Serie A games for Torino, becoming a regular starter. He went on to play for West Ham United and Burnley before joining Tottenham Hotspur ahead of the 2020-21 season. At Tottenham, Hart, who was linked with Son Heung-min, struggled to get much playing time due to Hugo Llorez.

Eventually, Hart returned to Celtic for the 2021-22 season. After making 30 Scottish Premiership appearances in his first season, he played 33 league games last season. This season, he has been a regular in goal for the Hoops, having started 25 Premiership games. He continues to be a regular in goal for the club, joining Yang Hyun-joon, Kwon Hyuk-kyu and Oh Hyun-gyu who joined last summer.

Hart’s contract with Celtic was set to expire this summer, and he finally decided to hang up his boots and prepare for the second act of his life.


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