RANGERS have revealed that Andy Goram is undergoing hospital treatment for cancer.
The Ibrox club are keeping in contact with the nine-in-a-row hero and his family as he goes through the ordeal.
An Rangers statement read: “Rangers can confirm our legendary goalkeeper, Andy Goram, is undergoing treatment for cancer in a local hospital.
“Club officials are in regular contact with Andy and his family.
“The family have asked for privacy at this time.
“Everyone at Rangers wishes ‘The Goalie” well at this difficult time.”
There’s been a flood of best wishes and tributes since the news broke.
Goram is revered in Govan for the role he played in claiming five league titles and ten major honours in all to the club.
Going on to win 43 caps for Scotland, he paid a touching tribute to his late gaffer Walter Smith on his passing – a hand-written message on a pair of goalie gloves.
An image showed a pair of white goalkeeper gloves at the Ibrox gates with the words “Rest Easy, Gaffa. RIP Gaffa, from Your Goalie” written on them.
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Undoubtedly one of Scotland’s best ever goalkeepers, Goram had a short live spell late in his career at Manchester United.
Born in England, Goram’s performances with Hibs brought him into the big time.
Also an expert cricketer, Goram played the sport for Scotland.
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