‘The Goalie’ Andy Goram to be remembered at funeral service in Glasgow



angers gamers and followers pays their final respects to goalkeeper Andy Goram at a funeral service in Glasgow.

The previous Ibrox and Scotland participant, identified merely to many as “The Goalie”, died after a brief battle with oesophageal most cancers.

The 58-year-old shall be remembered at a service at Wellington Church in Glasgow on Monday afternoon.

Forward of that, wreaths shall be laid at at Glasgow’s Ibrox stadium, the place Goram was a part of the squad that received 9 Scottish championship titles in a row

Born in Bury, Goram started his profession at Oldham Athletic earlier than shifting north to play for Edinburgh facet Hibernian, then signing for Rangers.

After his time at Ibrox he performed for plenty of groups in each Scotland and England, together with Notts County, Sheffield United and Motherwell for 3 seasons, in addition to spells at Manchester United, Coventry, Queen of the South after which lastly Elgin Metropolis.

In addition to representing Scotland at soccer, he additionally performed for the nation as a cricketer – and is the one particular person to have performed a first-class worldwide match at cricket in addition to a serious worldwide soccer match for Scotland.

After his loss of life, Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon hailed Goram as “one in all Scotland’s all-time soccer greats”.

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