Written by Graeme MacLeod November 24th 2022

Today, we can confirm that Paul Macleod has left the club.

The defender re-joined us on a short-term deal under previous manager, Ronnie Sharp in September.

The 33-year-old has made five appearances this season, bringing his overall tally to 166 appearances and four goals across his two spells.

Manager Steven Mackay said: “I have known Paul since we played together at Nairn back in 2009 and I have always admired his passion and dedication to the club. He re-signed this season when the club was struggling to pick up points after being out of the game due to family commitments.

“Paul and I had an open conversation regarding the direction that the club is going and how opportunities would be limited for him, and we decided that the best outcome for both parties was for Paul to move on.

“He leaves with our best wishes, and I want to thank him for coming back to the club when we needed his support.”

Director of Football, Graeme Macleod, added: “Paul came in at a time when we were at a really low ebb – he answered the call to come and help us without a moment’s hesitation and I am grateful to him for that and everything he has done in a Nairn shirt.

“Everyone at the club would like to thank Paul for his service over the years and wish him to best of luck for the future.”

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