Andrew Lewis Goram (b. April 13, 1964 in Bury, Lancashire, England) is a former professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He played for both Oldham Athletic A.F.C. and Hibernian F.C. but is best remembered for having played for Rangers F.C. during which time he was known to teammates simply as “The Goalie”. In 2001 he was voted Rangers’ greatest ever goalkeeper by the fans. After his time with Rangers he had short spells at Motherwell F.C., Notts County, Sheffield United, Manchester United, Elgin City, Queen of the South and Coventry City.
Goram joined Oldham Athletic as a teenager and spent seven years with the English club before moving to Hibernian in 1987. He was bought by Rangers in 1991 for £1m and went on to help the club to win nine Scottish League titles in a row between 1989 and 1997. He was also instrumental in Rangers’ run in the European Cup in 1992-93, as they came to within one match of reaching the final.
He was also an important player for the Scotland national team, winning 43 caps.
After it was reported in the press that Goram had a mild form of schizophrenia, fans responded with a chorus of “Two Andy Gorams, there’s only two Andy Gorams”. This chant quickly gained popularity, and became the title of a book documenting humorous football chants – Two Andy Gorams: The Funniest Football Songs Ever (ISBN 1902927532).
He ended his career with Queen of the South F.C. and Elgin City. With Queen of the South in 2002 he won the Bells Challenge Cup.