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

Consequently, what happened?
Before his Celtic contract expires in the summer, the seasoned custodian will turn 37. He leaves behind an impressive career spanning more than 20 years, during which he made 690 appearances for 10 different clubs. He was important in helping Manchester City win two Premier League titles and the coveted Golden Glove trophy for the most clean sheets in four different seasons. He was captained by England 75 times.

Hart’s football career started at his boyhood team, Shrewsbury Town, when he debuted as a senior in April 2004. He then relocated to Manchester City, where he made 348 appearances and blossomed into one of the league’s best goalkeepers. He travelled to West Ham United and Torino before settling down permanently at Burnley in 2018. Before moving to Celtic in 2021, he played for a short time for Tottenham Hotspur, where he still displays his goalkeeping prowess.

Regarding his retirement, Hart declared, “I’m going to stop playing professional football as of June.” I’ve given this some serious thought for a long. There’s no right or wrong time, but there’s a lot going on in this club where I’m playing right now. With the overall goal of the club, the support network, and the discussions that surround it, so much love and passion go into what we do as a football team.

“I just felt it was important that we get the word out with the club’s blessing [and after] conversations with Brendan [Rodgers] and Stevie Woods [keeper coach], as there is obviously a conversation surrounding the goalkeeping position for next season.” It eliminates one possibility that would have required conjecture.”

Hart continued, saying, “Physically, I feel fantastic. Participated in football from the age of sixteen onward, as well as as well as I could given my age and the damage I had done to my body. I’ve taken every step to maintain my finest physical condition and position so that on game day, I can give it everything I’ve got, and right now, I am. I really do peak on game day, but I know that time waits for no man, and I don’t want my body to be the one to retire me. That was among the main considerations [in my decision-making].”

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