* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Gordon Scott Durie (born 6 December 1965 in Paisley), known as Jukebox after the TV programme Jukebox Jury, is a Scottish former professional footballer, a utility player who usually played as a striker.
His spell with Chelsea from 1986 to 1991 yielded 51 league goals and a Second Division title medal, and in his subsequent two-year spell at Tottenham Hotspur he was scorer of the North London club's first FA Premier League goal in a 2–2 home draw with Crystal Palace on 22 August 1992.
The most successful period of his career came while playing for Rangers, where he was part of the side that won nine Scottish league championships in a row, joining after their fifth successive triumph in 1993. He also added further titles in 1999 and 2000 after Celtic had disrupted their winning run.
Durie was appointed assistant manager of East Fife in November 2010. On 1 March 2012 he was made caretaker manager at Bayview following the departure of John Robertson. Durie took the job on a longer term basis, but then suffered from ill health. He resigned in November 2012 due to this illness.
On 2 July 2013 Durie joined Rangers coaching staff to work with the reserves and under-20s.
In February 2006, Durie and two friends were convicted of a breach of the peace and fined £100 in relation to an incident at Waverley station in November 2004. They were cleared on a charge of assaulting a railway worker, while an allegation that they had struggled with the arresting police officers was deleted during the trial.