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Joe Hart sends sensational message to Celtic fans

Celtic’s Joe Hart is someone who has been part of league-winning sides before, as he was one of the cornerstones of the Manchester City team, which first changed the landscape of English football. And after struggling for several years, and even losing his status as a first-team goalkeeper, he has proven at Parkhead that he is still a top-class player.
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Joe Hart sends clear message ahead of Celtic title defence

Celtic remained unbeaten in pre-season, with a 2-0 victory against Norwich City sending them on a high towards the 2022/23 Premiership campaign. Ange Postecoglou’s side will be facing Aberdeen on Flag Day, as they look to defend the Scottish crown against Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s Rangers. The curtain-raiser is...
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Celtic’s Champions League challenge as Joe Hart says there’s no point moaning about money

Joe Hart this week looked forward to his own personal return to the Champions League after an absence of almost six years. Back in 2016 Hart was in goals for Manchester City in a closely fought semi-final tussle with Real Madrid with the Spanish giants as they ofter do, winning through with the only goal of the tie and going on to lift the big trophy that Celtic won in 1967 and for a glorious period afterwards lasting five or six years could and should have added to that total.

Celtic new boy Ben Siegrist looking to push Joe Hart for number one jersey

Goalkeeper Ben Siegrist has vowed to push “role model” Joe Hart all the way after signing a four-year deal with Celtic.The 30-year-old Swiss completed his move to the Scottish Premiership champions as a free agent after impressing during his time at Dundee United and will provide stiff competition for former England international Hart.Siegrist told Celtic TV: “Joe needs no introduction. Joe was a role model and he still is a role model for me.“I’ll look up to him, and he’s such an imposing figure in the goal with loads of experience, winning titles in England and obviously just being around...

Joe Hart makes big Champions League claim about Celtic

With Celtic ending the 2021/22 season as the champions of Scotland, the Hoops have also secured their place in the Champions League group stage for next season. Considered the elite level of European football, the club will be returning to the main stage of the competition after several years, in what is surely going to be a special occasion.

Joe Hart makes incredible claim about life at Celtic

When Celtic signed Joe Hart in the summer from Tottenham Hotspur, a lot of eyebrows were raised for sure. It was clear that the club needed to bring in a new goalkeeper after the struggles that Vasilis Barkas, Scott Bain and Conor Hazard endured last season. But not many would have expected them to go after the Manchester City legend believed to be well past his prime at that point of time.

Joe Hart sends emotional message to Celtic supporters

The Scottish Premiership title is within touching distance of Celtic. The Hoops came back from behind to get a magnificent 4-1 win over Hearts, thanks to goals from Daizen Maeda, Kyogo Furuhashi, Matt O’Riley and Giorgos Giakoumakis. That has sent them 9 points clear at the top, although the Rangers have a game in hand.

Ange Postecoglou reveals why Celtic signed Joe Hart

One of the most interesting moves that Celtic made in the summer was signing Joe Hart from Tottenham Hotspur. The Manchester City legend had struggled for the last several years and had not been a first choice goalkeeper for a while. Thus, while the Hoops did need to bring in someone to strengthen their options between the posts, eyebrows were raised about that being the former England international, who many considered well past his prime.

Joe Hart warns Celtic they still have ‘a job to do’ to wrap up title win

Joe Hart insists Celtic still have work to do to win the cinch Premiership title despite the 1-1 draw against Rangers making it all but inevitable.The Hoops took the lead in the 20th minute at Parkhead on Sunday through Portuguese attacker Jota but Gers striker Fashion Sakala levelled in the 68th minute for a deserved share of the spoils.With just three fixtures remaining, Celtic remain six points clear and with a better goal difference of 19 as they start preparing for the visit of Hearts next week with Dundee United and Motherwell also to come.Asked if Celtic’s tile race lead...

Joe Hart sends classy message to Celtic supporters

Celtic’s Scottish Cup elimination at the hands of the Rangers must have been a tough pill to swallow for the fans, as a Glasgow Derby defeat always is. The most disappointing aspect of the loss though was the manner of it, as the Hoops just did not look up for it on the day. They seemed uninspired, tired and out of ideas, while Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side appeared to want it more even though they had had to play 120 minutes of football just a few days back.

Joe Hart destroys Rangers fans’ excuse against Celtic

Celtic are set to take on the Rangers in the Scottish Cup semi-final this weekend at Hampden Park and it is safe to say that most people expect this to be a very tight contest between the Glasgow giants. Both clubs have reasons to be confident heading into the game. On one hand, the Hoops have gotten the best of the Ibrox side in their previous two meetings. On the other hand, Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s team are fresh off of booking their place in the Europa League semi-finals.