The Glasgow Rangers' current manager was once one of Europe's most feared strikers. McCoist scored more than 350 goals.
Goram had spells with several sides, but he is best remembered for his time spent at Rangers in the '90s.
The German midfielder arrived for £4m in 1996 and, during his five-year stint in Scotland.
Ian Durrant may be playing second fiddle to Ally McCoist in the dugout these days, but in the late '80s.
His first, between 1997 and 2003, saw the young Scot win plaudits from critics, supporters and players alike.
Swedish-born Richard Gough will go down in the history books as the first ever Scotsman to be sold for over £1 million.
The Danish attacking midfielder enjoyed four massively successful years at Rangers, playing over 100 times and scoring 33 goals.
Slim Jim joined the club in 1960, a record at the time, and went on to win 10 trophies in the five years he spent in Scotland.
The Scottish left-winger played 377 times for Rangers in the 12 years he was in Glasgow, and his goal against Celtic in the 1979.
Legendary Scottish defender John Greig was voted the Greatest Ranger Ever in last year's poll by STV.