Cramb's town future is Grim

Last updated : 06 September 2004 By Matthew Gamble
The Scots forward is out of favour at the Meadow and could tie up a move in the next few days.

It had looked as though Cramb would leave in the summer, but instead he decided to battle for a first team spot.

However, Luke Rodgers' good form and the emergence of John Grant, not to mention Duane Darby returning from injury, has pushed the journeyman right to the back of the gaffer's mind.

There have been questions over the attitude of the former Hearts player, and boss Jimmy Quinn cited this when speaking of the situation.

He said: 'He was put on the transfer list last week and he won't be figuring in my plans. He just hasn't shown the right attitude and I can't play everybody'.

Meanwhile, Quinn also had stern words for Ian Atkins, the boss of last Saturday's opponents Bristol Rovers. He branded the former Town player a 'disgrace' after he refused to shake hands with Quinn after the match.