A former Rangers goalkeeper has died after a short fight with cancer at the age of 58, making 260 appearances for the Ibrox side.

Andy Goram was part of the team that won a record nine consecutive league titles, and he also spent time with Oldham, Hibernian, and Motherwell.

What Happened to Andy Goram?

Former Rangers goalkeeper Andy Goram died after a brief fight with cancer at the age of 58.

Between 1991 and 1998, Goram made 260 appearances for the club, winning five league crowns, three Scottish Cups, and two League Cups.

Andy Goram
Andy Goram

Scottish international goalkeeper who played for Oldham Athletic and Hibernian and captained his country 43 times, was the first choice in Sweden in 1992 and England in 1996 in both the Euros.

Andy Goram, Rangers’ renowned goalkeeper, died after a short cancer fight, according to a statement released by the club.

As a team, we extend our condolences to Andy’s family and ask that their privacy be respected during this difficult time. A time and date for the funeral service will be announced.

Brown, who handled Goram at the international level, paid respect to the former Scotland manager.

“He was a really popular guy, not only with his own players but the opposition,” he said on Sky Sports News. He was not only an excellent goalkeeper but also a delightful person.

At the end of May 2022, Andy revealed that he had been diagnosed with Stage 4 oesophageal cancer.

In the words of a doctor, the football legend had six months to live and up to nine months with the help of cancer treatment.


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