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SportCeltic appoint Nick Hammond in player recruitment role

20:15  20 june  2019
20:15  20 june  2019 Source:

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Celtic Football Club (/ˈsɛltɪk/) is a Scottish professional football club based in Parkhead, Glasgow. The club was founded in 1887 and played their first match in May 1888, a friendly match against Rangers. The club played their first competitive match in September 1888

Celtic appoint Nick Hammond in player recruitment role © Julian Finney/Getty Images Sport Celtic v AEK Athens - UEFA Champions League Qualifier

Celtic have appointed Nick Hammond in a player recruitment role to help out with the club’s summer transfer business, an official statement from the Hoops confirms.

Hammond, who has previously worked with Reading and West Brom, will be responsible for identifying players that Neil Lennon may want to sign for his first full season back in permanent charge of the club.

A number of changes are expected to take place over the next few months, with Lennon looking to make the squad his own after being made Hoops boss for a second time following a strong interim period last term.

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Nicholas David Hammond (born 7 September 1967 in Hornchurch, England) is an English former football goalkeeper. Hammond was an Arsenal apprentice

Celtic Football Club is a Scottish association football club based in Glasgow. Jimmy McStay, who made over 400 appearances for Celtic as a player and captained the side, was appointed manager Jock Stein left Hibernian to become manager of Celtic in 1965, with McGrory taking on the role of the

Celtic appoint Nick Hammond in player recruitment role © Mark Runnacles/Getty Images Sport Mark Runnacles/Getty Images Sport

The Treble-Treble winners are yet to make a signing ahead of the 2019/20 campaign, but have been linked to a host of players and have confirmed they are actively looking to bring new faces in.

Celtic have been without a head of recruitment since Lee Congerton followed Brendan Rodgers to Premier League outfit Leicester City last month, but Hammond has now occupied the role.

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