Conor hazard
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Conor Hazard joined Argyle from Scottish champions Celtic, in the summer of 2023, for an undisclosed fee. 

From Downpatrick in Northern Ireland, Conor became a Celtic player just after his 16th birthday, in 2014. His first taste of first-team action came in 2018, when he joined Scottish second-tier side Falkirk on loan. 

After just 12 games for the Bairns, Hazard made his debut for the Northern Ireland national team. He has gone to earn four senior caps, having played for his country at various age group levels. 

In 2018/19, Conor played 15 times for Partick Thistle, again in the Scottish Championship, and returned to the second tier for 11 games for Dundee the following season. 

Hazard’s introduction to the Celtic first team came in whirlwind fashion, in December 2020. His competitive debut was in the Europa League, at Parkhead, against Lille, a game that Celtic won 3-2. Later that week, he made his league bow, keeping a clean sheet as the Bhoys beat Kilmarnock. 

The following week, Conor played in the Scottish Cup final, against Hearts, a game that had carried over from the previous season, curtailed because of the Covid pandemic. The game finished 3-3, after extra-time, with Celtic winning a shoot-out in which Hazard saved two Hearts penalties. 

Hazard made seven Celtic appearances in all, all in the space of six weeks during that season. 

In early 2022, Hazard headed to Finnish top-flight side HJK Helsinki. HJK are Finland’s most successful team, in a league which runs approximately February to November. He played 39 games for HJK, keeping 14 clean sheets, as they won the Finnish league, and competed in Champions League qualifying before a Europa League campaign. He was named as the Finnish league’s Goalkeeper of the Season.