Joe Hart asked about the Celtic support; shows his class with brilliant answer

By Hamish Carton

December 14, 2021

Celtic goalkeeper Joe Hart showed his class again on Tuesday, after being asked about the Hoops support.

Hart has been a revelation since joining Ange Postecoglou’s side on a three-year deal from Spurs in early August.

He has played in all but one game since arriving, and has become a real favourite with the Celtic support.

And that status is sure to have been strengthened by the answer he gave when asked about the current bond between fans and players.

“I think it’s really strong,” he replied. (Celtic YouTube)

“It’s something that is a great sell about this club, especially for myself.

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“And to see it is another level, another experience.

“I think the support’s there because they can see we’re trying to represent the team as best we can.

“Everyone wants results, but we’re literally playing to the peak of our powers, and we really appreciate the support.”

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Hart gets Celtic and he gets the support

Hart may not have been at Celtic for too long, but he clearly gets what the club is about.

Further to that, he clearly gets what the support wants to see, and showed that at the tail end of his answer.

For all the wonders of Kyogo, Jota and a steely defence of Cameron Carter-Vickers, there is an argument that Hart has been Ange’s best signing so far.

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He has grown in confidence with every passing game, and is now a keeper you expect to make big saves at big times.

This writer has certainly changed his opinion on Hart since he was first linked in the summer.

You feel far more confident Celtic are gonna grind out results when Hart is involved.

In other news, Ange Postecoglou has issued an injury update ahead of Celtic’s trip to face Ross County