June 13, 2024

Joe Hart’s experience at Hampden on Saturday was the perfect way to cap off his professional football career.

After assisting the Bhoys in winning both the league and the cup, the seasoned goalie has hung up his cleats. He must have been overcome by the adoration he received from Celtic fans.

Adam Idah’s dramatic strike in the ninetieth minute against Rangers to capture the Scottish Cup was celebrated by the entire squad and staff, who showered Hart with cheers and serenades after the final whistle.

The 37-year-old played in 153 games for Celtic in all, taking home seven titles and emerging as one of the team’s most well-liked members in recent memory.

The sentiment is shared by both parties. He isn’t afraid to admit that he loves Celtic.

Hart posted on Instagram, writing, “What a day.” It is crucial to recognise life’s significant occasions. It means everything to win a double this season with this unique squad. Many congratulations to all those who were involved, including the players, staff, and the Celtic family above all.

Together, we made this happen. Before I post a message on this site, I’m going to try to put down in a few days how I’m feeling and what you guys mean to me.

For the time being, though, I’m just content and glad that I did my part. Guys, have fun on your bank holiday. READ MORE>>>

 

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