Ex-Celtic star spotted pouring pints behind bar of Glasgow pub

DION DUBLIN was spotted spending a night behind the bar at a pub in Glasgow.

The former Celtic striker He could be seen pouring out pints for customers while posing for photos with the enthusiastic staff in the city center.

Dion Dublin behind the bar with staff from Denholm's Bar


Dion Dublin behind the bar with staff from Denholm’s BarPhoto credit: Facebook
The former Celtic star was spotted drinking beer during his visit


The former Celtic star was spotted drinking beer during his visitPhoto credit: Facebook

The 54-year-old Dublin stunned everyone at Denholm’s Bar on Hope Street after visiting the pub while preparing for tomorrow’s big clash at Hampden.

The football Expert made the trip to Glasgow before the Auld Enemy derby game between Steve Clarke’s Scotland and Gareth Southgate England.

The two nations will face off at the National Stadium tomorrow to celebrate the 150th anniversary of their first meeting in 1872.

Dublin will be refereeing this game and he has been soaking up the atmosphere ahead of the ‘friendly’.

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And despite the cheers on the other side, the staff at Denholm’s Bar were happy about the former England International at the venue.

Sharing pictures of him behind the bar and drinking beer, the pub continued Social Media: β€œWhen @diondublin09 comes to Denholm πŸ™Œ.”

The Hope Street bar wasn’t the only place Dublin visited, as he also stopped off at the Rhoderick Dhu on Waterloo Street.

The former Manchester United, Aston Villa and Norwich City striker joined Celtic for a short period in the latter stages of his career after leaving Leicester in 2006.

His contract with Leicester was terminated by mutual consent in January of that year and Gordon Strachan acted quickly, signing him to a short-term contract until the end of the 2005–06 season.

He helped the Hoops win the championship title and League Cup that year with several cameo appearances, scoring a goal against Kilmarnock.

Dublin was then released by the club in May and he returned to Norwich before giving up his contract Boots in 2008.

The four-time national player has since had a successful career in the media and worked as an expert for various broadcasters, including Heaven sports and BBC.

He joined the cast of Houses Under the Hammer in 2015 and reached the BBC final celebrity Master Chef in 2021.

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