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England and Former Manchester City Star player SHOCKS everybody by announcing early retirement from Football.

Upon the conclusion of his Celtic contract this summer, the seasoned goalkeeper, nearing 37, wraps up a remarkable two-decade career spanning 10 clubs. His impactful journey includes pivotal roles in Manchester City’s two Premier League victories and claiming the Golden Glove in four seasons. Accumulating 690 appearances and captaining England 75 times, his football odyssey commenced at Shrewsbury Town and saw notable stops at Manchester City, West Ham United, Torino, Burnley, Tottenham Hotspur, and finally Celtic in 2021.


Hart’s retirement announcement follows thoughtful consideration and discussions with Brendan Rodgers and Stevie Woods. The decision is guided by a commitment to the club’s future, his physical well-being, and a desire to preemptively address speculation surrounding the goalkeeper position for the upcoming season. Despite feeling physically fantastic and maintaining peak condition for match days, Hart acknowledges the inevitability of time and opts to bow out on his terms, ensuring his body doesn’t dictate the timing of his retirement. This thoughtful reflection on his illustrious career marks the end of a chapter for the accomplished goalkeeper.

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