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Dont Worry Be Happy- Watch Joe Hart lead the Celtic title celebrations

Joe Hart signed off at Celtic Park with a megaphone in his hand bouncing up and down to Don’t Worry Be Happy.

Kieran Tierney may be one of our own but there is also a special bond with those born from outside the Lisbon Lions radius that quickly grasp the magic of Celtic which starts and ends with the support.

Tommy Burns made many great pronouncements, two among them will forever stand the test of time.’They are there and they are always there’ he said after a Scottish Cup Final win at Hampden alongside the equally profound ‘you’re playing for a people and a cause’.

A huge TB tifo was unfurled at Kilmarnock on Wednesday before Celtic clinched the title, somewhere in San Sebastian KT would have been looking at the scenes from Glasgow and remembering his special days leading the celebrations.

Players come and go, in August 2021 Ange Postecoglou badly needed a goalkeeper, in a moment of inspiration he turned to a guy that had been freed a year earlier by Burnley and just been demoted to third choice at Spurs.

If the current Tottenham boss ever makes such an inspired signing in his career he will be fortunate.

From the ashes of Covid Hart and Celtic grew together, stronger game by game despite having to wait until October before that elusive first away win, the club’s first since February.

In December Hart celebrate a League Cup Final victory over Hibs as if it was a full Aguerrrrrrrro moment, winning Manchester City’s first ever EPL title deep into injury time against QPR.

Winning the Glasgow Derby on 3 February took Celtic into top spot in the SPFL, bar a wobble or two earlier this year they have retained that position throughout the remainder of Hart’s career.

Breaking up is never easy, after three seasons and at the age of 37 the 75 times capped former England internationalist has made the brave decision that this is his final contract.

There will be no more pre-season’s, no more huddles, next Sunday he will be a former footballer and forever welcome in Celtic circles with the respect very much mutual.

With one more medal up for grabs, one more Celtic appearance to make Hart already has three SPFL Premiership winners medals plus two League Cups and one Scottish Cup to take into retirement.

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