DION DUBLIN has been spotted enjoying a night behind the bar of a Glasgow pub.
The former Celticcould be seen pouring pints for punters as he posed for pictures with delighted staff in the city centre.
Dublin, 54, stunned everyone in Denholm’s Bar in Hope Street after visiting the pub as he geared up for the Auld Enemy clash at Hampden.
Thepundit has made the trip to ahead of the derby match between Steve Clarke’s and Gareth Southgate’s .
The two nations went head-to-head at the national stadium to commemorate the 150th anniversary of their first meeting in 1872.
Dublin was on punditry duties for the 3-1 England win and he was soaking up the atmosphere ahead of the ‘friendly’ fixture.
And despite cheering on the other side, the staff at Denholm’s Bar loved having the formerinternational in the venue.
Sharing pictures of him behind the bar and pulling pints, the pub wrote onmedia: “When @diondublin09 comes to Denholm’s 🙌.”
The Hope Street bar wasn’t the only place Dublin visited as he also stopped in to the Rhoderick Dhu in Waterloo Street too.
The former Manchester United, Aston Villa and Norwich City forward joinedfor a brief spell at the latter stages of his career after leaving Leicester in 2006.
His contract with Leicester was terminated by mutual consent in January that year and Gordon Strachan moved quickly to snap him up on a short-term deal until the end of the 2005/06 season.
He helped the Hoopsthe league title and that year with several cameo appearances, scoring one goal against Kilmarnock.
Dublin was then released by the club in May and he went on to return to Norwich before hanging up hisin 2008.
The four-cap international has enjoyed a successful career in the media since then, working as a pundit for various broadcasters includingSports and .
He joined the cast ofUnder the Hammer in 2015 and reached the final of BBC’s Master Chef in 2021.
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Source: The Sun