FORMER CELT John Hartson has announced that he will be auctioning the last jersey he wore for Celtic in an attempt to raise some much needed funds for the NHS.
The Welsh striker took to Instagram to reveal that he would be auctioning off the shirt that he wore in his final game back in 2006 for charity.
“My last ever worn shirt for Celtic.. May 7th 2006 Aberdeen away we drew 2-2 and scored my final and 110th goal.”
“I’m wanting to raise money for our wonderful NHS by putting this up for auction.”
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My last ever worn shirt for Celtic.. May 7th 2006 Aberdeen away we drew 2-2 and scored my final and 110th goal. I’m wanting to raise money for our wonderful NHS by putting this up for auction. Please contact @consilium_sports if you wish to bid for the shirt.. thankyou jh ❤️💚👍🏻
Hartson scored 110 goals for Celtic in five seasons for Celtic in which he enjoyed success under Martin O’Neill playing up front with Henrik Larsson and Chris Sutton.
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