Joe Hart, former Celtic goalkeeper, has embarked on his first venture post-retirement as a BBC pundit for Euro 2024. Hart, who retired this summer after three successful seasons with Celtic, brings his extensive experience and unique insights to the broadcasting world, focusing on the tournament and specifically the England team, for whom he earned 75 caps during his career.

Taking to Instagram to share his enthusiasm for his new role, Hart posted several images of himself at the touchline for the England game on Sunday. The photos were accompanied by the tagline, “Enjoying the start to my new work life.” This marks a significant shift for Hart, who has transitioned smoothly from player to pundit, demonstrating his adaptability and continued passion for the game.

Hart’s retirement came on a high note as he helped Celtic secure a 1-0 victory over Rangers in the Scottish Cup final. Since then, he has shown no signs of slowing down. His Instagram feed has been filled with updates from the gym, where he’s been focusing on enhancing his fitness regime, now free from the constraints of football-specific training.

This new chapter for Hart is met with widespread support from Celtic fans. Known for his work ethic and resilience, Hart seems well-prepared for the challenges and opportunities that come with his role as a pundit. His deep understanding of the game, combined with his on-field experience, promises to offer valuable perspectives during the Euro 2024 coverage.

One thing is for sure, his post-retirement activities indicate that he is not one to rest on his laurels. Whether analysing matches or lifting weights, Joe Hart continues to inspire with his dedication and drive. We don’t think he’s quite ready to put his feet up!


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