“He had severe stomach pains on Monday and Tuesday.
“On Wednesday, he was rushed up to a ward. He will get scoped to see if the stent inserted into his gullet a few weeks ago is still properly in place.
“Andy would like to thank everyone for the cards and best wishes from the world over – from Celtic fans and ex-players, the whole Rangers family and a vast amount of former team-mates who have visited him.”
He added: “The visits from friends, along with family, have kept him fighting. Especially his son Danny, who was beside him for the worst two weeks of his life.
“He wants to say a massive ‘thank you’ to every member of staff in Ward 18 at Wishaw General for that period and the staff he’s had so far at Hairmyres.”
Goram shocked fans last week during his first public appearance since the diagnosis when saying a few words at a supporter’s dinner.
Speaking the day after Rangers beat Leipzig at Ibrox to secure a Europa League spot, Goram said: “Last night was the best medicine I’ve ever f****** had.”
After receiving applause, Goram added: “Roll on Seville.”
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