Craig Gordon is celebrating five years as a Celtic player. The 36-year-old goalkeeper joined the club on July 3rd 2014 after spending a year out of the game following injury problems.
What has happened to Gordon since is nothing short of inspirational. The former Hearts man has gone on to play 236 times for the club over five seasons – winning 12 trophies in the process.
And the Scotland cap is clearly proud of his time in the east end of Glasgow too. Gordon took to Instagram late on Wednesday night to post a message and several photos on his fifth anniversary.
Will Gordon add to his five years in the Hoops?
The second image the keeper posted is probably one of the most iconic Celtic photos of the past decade or so. Gordon, wearing luminous green, is seen on his knees pointing to the heavens after Tom Rogic’s treble winning goal in May 2017.
The goal, and ensuing celebrations, will go down in folklore and Gordon has a big part in that with the image of him celebrating etched is most Hoops fans’ memories.
Time will tell whether the 36-year-old can add to his Celtic appearances. Gordon last appeared for the club in the December defeat to Rangers and speculation is rife that he may take his chance to move on this summer.
It would be a shame to see him go though. He’s clearly taken to the club and possesses great experience and intelligence. You don’t want to lose men like that.