“One of the greatest days of my life,” Joe Hart on his Trophy Day Celtic send-off

Super Joe Hart has as promised sent a message to the Celtic family as he reflects on his wonderful three seasons at Celtic Park which he says was full of ups and downs but mostly important also full of trophies coming Celtic’s way. Seven from nine to be exact.

Via a video posted on Instagram Super Joe Hart sent an emotional message thanking everyone at Celtic, the coaching staff, players, everyone at Lennoxtown and the entire Celtic support for giving him three special years.

The send-off that Joe was given on Trophy Day a few weeks back he describes as one of the best days of his life and re-states his life-long commitment to following Celtic.

Here’s everything Super Joe Hart has had to say in his message from his home to the Celtic family.

“This is a message for of the beautiful Celtic Football Club family. I look forward to seeing you all over the next couple of years, but for now this is going to have to do.

“Firstly, from the bottom of my heart and my family’s heart, I want to than for for how you have treated us since we’ve been up in Glasgow.

“I want to playing staff, the players, everybody at Lennoxtown and of course all you beautiful people at Celtic Park. The last three seasons have been full of ups and downs, but most importantly, they have been full of trophies.

“You gave me a chance and a home when that’s all I ever asked for and for that I am grateful. But for the relationship to develop how it did, I literally don’t have the words to say how thankful I am for that.

“The send-off that you gave me at Celtic Park a few weeks ago on Trophy Day, was not only one of the greatest days of my sporting life, but one of the greatest days of my life. You really do truly have a special football club and one that I will support forever and ever.

“Thank you, love and best wishes, your Big Joe.”


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