Former Soccer star Andy Goram’s death, wife, net worth, career

Andy Goram, the legendary football figure (soccer), passed away on July 2, 2022. He had died from esophageal cancer. He played as a goalkeeper for the Scottish football team. Throughout his career, he bagged many titles, including five premier leagues, a premier league with Manchester United, and several Scottish league titles with Rangers. He was the only player who excelled in football and cricket as well. Today we’ll talk everything about him including his cause of death, wife, net worth, and playing career. Stay tuned with us.

Cause of death of legendary Golie

Andy Goram dies at the age of 58. At the end of May 2022, he announced he had been suffering from the 4th level of esophageal cancer. His doctor suggested for chemotherapy. However, he abandoned the treatment and mentioned to the media:

“I’ve been told by the doc, ‘Go enjoy your everyday life and be as normal as possible.

“My pain is manageable. I can still go see friends and still be myself.

“I’ll be here as long as I possibly can.

“The only difference is the timebomb is ticking away.”

On July 2, 2022, Rangers F.C issued a statement our hero is no more in this world. Furthermore, they also mentioned “Rangers Football Club are today deeply saddened to announce the death of our legendary goalkeeper, Andy Goram, following a short battle with cancer.

Tributes to Andy Goram

Who is the wife of Andy Goram? Did he have children?

Andy had married three times in his life. His first wife was Jackie Taylor. His marriage did not sustain long. The couple divorced in 1991. She later celebrated her wedding Tracy Fitzpatrick. They got married and legally separated in 1997.

After failing in the first two marriages, he tied the knot with Miriam Wylie in 2001. However, again his marriage life did not sustain. They ended their relationship in 2003.

Andy had two children, a son Danny with his first wife and another son Lewis from his second wife Tracey.

The soccer star was unmarried at the time of his death. He was in a long-term relation with Elaine Mitchell. They started dating in 2005. However, their relationship couldn’t convert into marriage.

Know about his net worth and earnings at the time of his death

Andy Goram had a successful career in the football world. He was not only a legendary footballer but also a coach and league cricketer. His career was started in 1981 and ended in 2004. Besides this, he was also one of the highest paid scottish player.

Talking about his monthly earnings, he earns $50,000 in a year. Furthermore, he earns $1 million in a year. You might be wondering about his net wealth; he has an estimated net worth of $5 million.

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Career & Success Story of Scottish Golie

The scottish footballer started his senior career with Oldham Athletic football club. He late played for Hibernian where he had 138 appearances. In 1991, he started playing with Rangers where he had 184 appearances.

In 2001, he bagged an opportunity to play for Manchester (on a loan from Motherwell football club), where he had two appearances. Furthermore, he also played for several scottish club which includes Coventry City, Elgin City, Queen of South and many more.

Besides club, he had appearances in 43 international matches for his nation. He was selected in the squads of 1986 and 1990 World Cup, UEFA EURO 1992 and 1996.

Upon retirement, he served as a coach for several scottish football club.

His cricket career

Gorman was the only player from Scotland who excelled in football as well as in cricket. He played in several league. He was left handed batsman, right arm medium bowler. Furthermore, his role was also behind the stumps for in Saddleworth league.

Early Life, Father & Honorship

The scottish soccer star was born on 13 April, 1964, Bury, England. He had British and Scottish nationality. His father was Lewis Goram who was also a professional soccer player.

He has not talked about his siblings. He started his early career with West Bromwich Albian football team, played for seven years.

For his outstanding performance, he received several awards honorship. Some of them are: SPWA Footballer of the Year : 1992-93, SPFA’ Players player of the Year 1992-93, and Scottish Football Hall of Fame, inducted in 2010.