The ex-Ibrox keeper insists his former team-mate would never leave his players to face an uncertain future alone as the debt-laden club looks to rise again after entering administration.
The Light Blues boss became an even bigger hero in the eyes of Gers supporters when he came up with the quote, 'We don't do walking away' back in February when the process began.
Since then, he has been forced to deal with problem after problem with the players being forced to take massive wage cuts to keep the club alive and preferred bidder Bill Miller not pursuing his takeover bid.
However, despite also being hit with a 12-month transfer embargo as well as speculation continuing to surround club administrators Duff and Phelps, former Ibrox legend Goram doesn't believe his pal Ally will ever turn his back on the club, even if they find themselves playing in the Third Division.
He said: "I've always had tremendous respect for Ally – but probably even more so now if that's possible because of the way he has handled himself and remained dignified throughout this whole situation.
"He has always come out and said he doesn't do walking away and he never has.
"As a player, he had difficult times but he is a tough character.
"Believe me, I played with a lot of tough players in my time but Ally is one guy I wouldn't mess with.
"I'm sure he will stay where he is and lead the club back from this. It would really need to be something dramatic for him to leave.
"I don't think that will happen. He'll want to see this through and come out the other end."