Ronny Goodlass (born 6 September 1953 in Liverpool) is an English footballer who played for English Premier League club Everton.
Goodlass is better known as the one handed winger as he only has one hand due to an unfortunate accident with a power tool. He played for Everton in the old First Division. Favoured while playing for Billy Bingham, Ronny was replaced by Dave Thomas once Gordon Lee became the manager of Everton.
Highlights of his Everton career include scoring from the half-way line at West Ham and playing a major role in 1977 in the run to the final of the League Cup against Aston Villa and the semi-final of the FA Cup against local rivals Liverpool. He was the player who provided the cross for the infamous disallowed "goal" by Bryan Hamilton by controversial referee Clive Thomas that would have seen Everton through to the FA Cup final.Close