Jeremy Goss

Where is Jeremy Goss now?

Forever remembered by Norwich City fans for the goals he scored against Bayern Munich in their 1993 UEFA Cup victory, Jeremy Goss retired from playing in 1999 after a spell playing non-league football with Kings Lynn.

Starting his career at The Canaries in 1983 he went onto make over 200 first team appearances over a 16 year period and was also a full Wales international winning nine caps between 1991 and 1996.
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Upon retiring from playing professionally, Goss completed his UEFA B coaching badges and returned to Norwich as a part-time coach in their academy as well as coaching within their soccer schools.

He then had a spell working for the club as a sales executive and match day host before replacing former team mate Bryan Gunn as the club’s community ambassador.

Between 2010 and 2019, he worked as head of fundraising for local charity The Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind (NNAB)  raising £28,000 in 2011 when he undertook a 1,300 mile sponsored bicycle ride which retraced the 1993 Norwich City European Cup run from Norwich to Vitesse Arnham, Bayern Munich and Inter Milan.

He now works as marketing communications manager of Age UK in Norwich.

In 2014 he released his autobiography which is a frank, amusing and often raw, very personal story.

Follow on Twitter @11Gossy

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Jeremy Goss: Premier League Statistics

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