Goalkeeper Andrew Lewis Goram was a Scottish football player. He began his career with Oldham Athletic and Hibernian after being born in Bury, Lancashire, England, but is best known for his time spent playing for Rangers in the 1990s when he gained the moniker “The Goalie.”

West Bromwich Albion was where Goram started his career, but when he was a teenager, they released him. Later, in 1981, he moved to England and joined Oldham Athletic, where he lasted almost seven years and made 195 league games. He was selected for the PFA Team of the Year for the English Second Division in 1986–1987 as a result of his performances.

He made the £325,000 transfer to Hibernian in 1987, where his father had previously played goalkeeper for a while. He debuted for Hibs on October 10, 1987.


Andy Goram
Andy Goram

Goram made a £1 million transfer to Rangers in the summer of 1991. On the first day of the season, he made his appearance in a 6-0 victory over St. Johnstone. In July 2002, Goram committed to Queen of the South in Dumfries, where he went on to win the Scottish Challenge Cup. Goram became the first player to amass a complete set of winners medals from the four Scottish football championships as a result.

After spending a season with Elgin, he returned to Oldham Athletic for four games before retiring after the 2003–04 campaign.

Does Andy Goram Have Children?

There is currently no information available on whether Andy had children or not.


Write A Comment