Scottish football player and goalie Andrew Lewis Goram made his position known. Born in Bury, Lancashire, England, he began his playing career with Oldham Athletic and Hibernian. However, he is best known for his time spent playing for the Rangers in the 1990s, when he gained the moniker “The Goalie.”

West Bromwich Albion, where Goram started his career, let him go while he was just a youngster. After that, in 1981, he joined Oldham Athletic, where he lasted almost seven years and made 195 league appearances. For the 1986–1987 English Second Division season, his achievements earned him a spot on the PFA Team of the Year.

His father had also served as a goalkeeper for a brief period at Hibernian when he transferred there in 1987 for a cost of £325,000. In 1987, on October 10th, he made his Hibs debut.


Andy Goram
Andy Goram

Goram committed to Rangers in the summer of 1991 after being acquired for £1 million. In the opening game of the season, a 6-0 victory over St. Johnstone, he made his debut. Goram joined Queen of the South in Dumfries in July 2002, when he won the Scottish Challenge Cup. The four Scottish football competitions’ winner’s medals were now all in Goram’s possession, making him the first player to do so.

Who is Andy Goram’s Ex-Wife Tracey Fitzpatrick?

Andy Goram was married and divorced three times. His second marriage was with Tracey Fitzpatrick.

They got married in 1991 and divorced in 1997. Apart from this, there is nothing else known about Tracey.


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