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Goalkeeper completes his Celtic exit with three year deal

Conor Hazard has completed his move to Plymouth Argyle, signing a three year contract with the Championship side.

The ‘keeper made seven first team appearances for the hoops in December 2020 and January 2021 during a season that was memorable for only one achievement.

Hazard saved two penalties against Hearts in the final of the Scottish Cup, paving the way for Kris Ajer to dive home the penalty that completed the Quadruple Treble.

Neil Lennon returned to rotating between Scott Bain and Vasilias Barkas with Hazard left on the sidelines until he went on loan to HJK Helsinki last year where he won a Finnish title medal and played in Europe.

Plymouth boss Steven Schumacher said:

I am very pleased to have signed Conor. He comes to us from a huge football club, so we know he will have been taught superbly. He has international experience and all the fundamentals required to be a top goalkeeper.

Conor will complement and challenge our current team of excellent goalkeepers, and we look forward to seeing him in action.

With a new set of green and white jerseys in front of him Hazard will be hoping to make his mark with the newly promoted club.

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