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. He played for East Fife, Hibernian, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Rangers and Hearts. He was also capped 43 times by Scotland. After retiring from play after 2001, in 2010 he became a coach and manager, working for East Fife and Rangers as an assistant.
During his career he played for East Fife, Hibernian, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Rangers and Hearts. He was also capped 43 times by Scotland, scoring 7 goals. Durie scored the second goal in a 2–0 win against Latvia that clinched qualification for the 1998 FIFA World Cup.
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, winning seven Scottish league championships.
Earlier in his career, he was part of the Chelsea side that won the Football League Second Division title in 1989.
Durie scored a hat-trick in the 1996 Scottish Cup Final to help Rangers beat Hearts 5–1.
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.
Durie joined the Rangers coaching staff in July 2013, to work with the reserve and under-20 teams. He was promoted to a first team coaching role in December 2014, following the departure of manager Ally McCoist. Durie left Rangers in July 2015, as new manager Mark Warburton made changes to the coaching staff.
His son, Scott Durie, was a youth player at Rangers and signed for East Fife in 2010.
Durie was declared bankrupt in 2016.Scores and results list Scotland's goal tally first.
As of 3 November 2012