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Joe Hart’s brilliant Instagram post as Celtic players past and present unite




It is surreal to think that Joe Hart is now retired from Football after achieving his fairytale ending as a Celtic player.

Hanging up his gloves with Scottish Premiership and Scottish Cup medals to his name, the 37-year-old is enjoying life as a free man as he earns a well-deserved rest.

Later on in the summer, Hart will Travel out to Germany to be a pundit on BBC Sport for their coverage of the upcoming EURO 2024 championships, calling on his wealth of Footballing experience alongside a host of high-profile names.

Nevertheless, there is no better cure to heal the fatigue incurred during a bruising yet successful campaign than enjoying some downtime with friends in the sunshine.

Celtic's Joe Hart celebrates winning the Scottish Premiership after the Cinch Scottish Premiership match between Kilmarnock FC v Celtic FC at Rugby...
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Taking to social media, the former England international has posted a class selection of pictures with some familiar faces that Celtic fans will love to see.

Joe Hart’s brilliant Instagram post that Celtic fans will love

If you’re familiar with Celtic content on the internet, most fans will be aware that Greg Taylor and former Hoops defender Josip Juranovic have both recently got married during the off-season.

First and foremost, congratulations to both happy couples! Secondly, Hart has since to Instagram to post a selection of pictures with some teaMMAtes, past and present, at either event, where the likes of Alistair Johnston, Moritz Jenz and David Turnbull can also be seen enjoying themselves.

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His caption read: “Great week celebrating @gregtaylor12 and @jurki17 beautiful wedding days … special couples, thank you for having us.”

It is great to see the togetherness from the Celtic dressing room transcending to matters outside the field of play, which is a marker of the collective spirit fostered at the club over the past few years.

Hart may now have retired; however, he’ll have made friends for life at Celtic in a three-year spell littered with trophy-laden success.

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