Former Rangers striker Nacho Novo has signalled his intention to move on from working with Rangers bar NN10 to focus on his coaching career.
The popular former Ibrox forward has been involved with the Paisley Road pub for the last two and a half years but has now decided to focus his energies elsewhere.
As a result, the NN10 Bar & Lounge has now changed its name to 3 Cheers and will continue to operate as Rangers supporters bar.
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“3 CHEERS FOR NN10” I have decided the licence trade is not for me. In the circumstances I have left “ NN10” now rebranded “3 CHEERS “ and will be devoting my time to what I know best … Football, this time in a coaching capacity. I wish JC, the team and of course the customers at the bar and lounge my sincere best wishes for the future with “ 3 CHEERS “ The Rangers Supporters Bar & Lounge ! I plan to drop into “3 CHEERS “ when ever I can to keep in touch with JC, staff and loyal customers. So it’s “ 3 CHEERS “ for “ 3 CHEERS “ Nacho.
The pub – which is said to be run by Rangers fans for Rangers fans – will remain a Rangers themed bar with supporters invited to join the pre-existing staff for the matches in the coming weeks.
It’s admirable that both parties have endeavoured to move in a direction which suits their own interests, but also one which ensures the best possible space can be cultivated for Rangers fans.
The bar has remained popular amongst supporters since it first opened its doors and there’s no reason why it can’t continue to offer a special Rangers experience to fans without the influence of Nacho.
The former Rangers striker took to Instagram to announce his intentions to move on from the pub game.
The club’s supporters will be hoping to see the wee man involved in coaching somewhere soon.