Gary Hooper

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Gary Hooper (born 26 January 1988 in Loughton, Essex, England) is an English footballer who plays as a striker for Scottish Premier League club Celtic. Hooper started his career at non-League Grays Athletic before moving to Championship side Southend United in 2006. He was loaned out several times by the club, before Scunthorpe United signed him in 2008. After two years he moved to Celtic, where he was the club's top scorer in his first season.

Club career

Grays Athletic

Hooper joined Isthmian Premier side Grays Athletic, in the 2003–04 season, being named as an unused substitute in an Essex Senior Cup clash against Braintree Town whilst he was still 15 years old. His debut was the following season when Grays were promoted into the newly formed Conference South, helping them to win the league, scoring 12 goals in 29 league appearances. The following season in the Conference National, Hooper was an unused substitute in Grays Athletic's 2-0 triumph over Woking in the final of the 2006 FA Trophy.

Southend United

Hooper joined Southend United on trial in July 2006, and was rewarded with a one year contract by Southend manager Steve Tilson the following...
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