Famed for his long, curly blond hair and ability to score spectacular goals from midfield, Goss made 188 appearances in a 13 year career with Norwich City, scoring 14 times for the Canaries. But it was his performance in the two ties against FC Bayern Munich in the 1993-94 UEFA Cup, that sealed Goss' legendary status with the Norwich City fans.
(Jeremy Goss is pictured above, in red, in typical all action style playing at Carrow Road in 2008)
In the Canaries' first ever foray into Europe, Goss scored in both legs as the club knocked out their illustrious German opponents. The most spectacular strike coming in the Away leg in Munich, in a newspaper interview in 1999 Goss described the incident, "A long pass was played up to Chris Sutton and while the ball was in the air I was already making my forward run. Lothar Matthaus's clearance came to me outside the area. I did not have to break stride and it was one of those volleys that you can't feel leave the boot, the contact was that sweet.". You can watch footage of the goal on YouTube here.
In an injury hit end to his career he had spells with Heart of Midlothian and King's Lynn. Always a popular figure at the club, Goss has been involved on the coaching side at the club and is currently employed by Norwich City as a Community Ambassador.
Goss has provided endless support to Football Aid in his role as club Ambassador for Norwich City, dedicating time and energy to take part as well as promote the games and organise other former players to take part. Speaking in 2006 after the game, Goss summed up his involvement "I was organiser, Captain, Player, Tour Guide and Kit Man and I loved every minute of it. Well done to all at Football Aid - Top Men!"