Rangers and Scotland legend Andy Goram passes away at 58 | OneFootball
Rangers and Scotland legend Andy Goram passes away at 58
Rangers have announced the passing of former goalkeeper Andy Goram at the age of 58.
Goram made 260 appearances for the club between 1991 and 1998 and also won 10 domestic trophies during that time, including five league titles.
Following a short battle with cancer which he disclosed earlier this year, he passed away this weekend.
After starting his career at Oldham, he also went on to represent Hibs, Notts County, Sheffield United, Motherwell, Coventry, Hamilton, Queen of the South and Elgin throughout a two-decade career, while also enjoying a short loan spell at Manchester United in 2000/01 in which they won the Premier League title.
Goram picked up 43 caps for his country, and was part of the Scotland squad at four major international tournaments including the World Cup in 1986 and 1990, while also representing the nation four times at cricket.
He also won the Scottish Football Writers and SPFA Player of the Year award in 1993.
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