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3Newport County6-212
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6Exeter6310
7Grimsby6210
8Accrington Stanley6110
9Cambridge Utd639
10Forest Green629
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12Mansfield608
13Cheltenham6-68
14Crewe617
15Notts County6-27
16Coventry6-47
17Barnet6-36
18Morecambe6-36
19Swindon6-45
20Yeovil6-44
21Chesterfield6-74
22Port Vale6-74
23Crawley Town6-43
24Stevenage6-92

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Profile: Colin Cramb

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 27/09/2004

Home > 2004-2005 Season > Player Profiles > Colin Cramb


Colin Cramb
Colin Cramb
Squad Number:29
Height:5.11
Weight:11.13
Date of birth:23/06/1974
Place of birth:Lanark
Position:Forward
Nationality:Scottish
Transfer Fee:Free
Signed:27/09/2004
Under Contract:Non-contract
Previous Clubs:Shrewsbury
Bury (l)
Notts Co (l)
Crewe
Walsall
Bristol City
Doncaster
Hearts
Falkirk
Hamilton
League Two Class:Got the experience in higher divisions than ours
Fishy Verdict:Negotioated his way out of Shrewsbury to come and join the Mariners on a non-contract basis.
Quote:Crewereality: "Fellas, you have signed a legend. Get him motivated and he will do the business for you. He has done it for us at a much higher level than you are currently playing at and if your manager deals with him in the right way he will be a winner for you.

"Cramb is a one-off with fantastic ability, but has rapidly become something of a 'Gazza' of the lower divisions. He could have made so much more of his career, but booze, gambling and birds have been his downfall.

"He scored some fantastic goals for Crewe and single handedly turned games for us. On the other hand there were times when he was lazy and threw a strop when subbed.

"He's a difficult character, but he's getting near the end of his career and maybe he'll settle down because of it. Either way, he'll probably become a cult figure at Grimsby if he stays for any length of time......

"I still have his actual Alex shirt taking pride of place at home, I promise you it wont be dull with him around....."

Colin Cramb 2004-2005 Games
DateOppositionMinutesGoalsCardSub
28/09/2004Carlisle901YellowNo
08/10/2004Northampton900NoneNo
16/10/2004Bristol Rovers450NoneYes
19/10/2004Shrewsbury200NoneYes
23/10/2004Chester770NoneNo
30/10/2004Swansea421YellowYes
06/11/2004Scunthorpe230YellowYes
13/11/2004Exeter250NoneYes
20/11/2004Kidderminster900NoneNo
26/11/2004Southend660NoneNo
07/12/2004Notts Co770NoneNo
11/12/2004Yeovil800NoneNo
17/12/2004Oxford361NoneNo
TotalGames: 1376133Y 0R5

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Colin Cramb in action

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