I think one of the things that can put people against Cramb is his body language often gives the impression that he's not interested, even when he is.
To me, Cramb looks comfortably one of the best players in this division and to me he is one of the better siginings that I've seen at the Meadow for a while.
And inconsistent? Didn't he score in something like eight consecutive games at one point this season?
He can be wasteful on occasions but what striker in this division isn't, that's why they are playing at this level. In the two games against Northwich, Banim missed two of the biggest sitters I have ever seen but in the fickle eyes of a football fan some players can do no wrong whereas others would have to be scoring almost every week to get any credit (oh hold on a minute....)
Cramb's body language is very reminiscent of Jemmo's when he gets frustrated, it's true.
One aspect it's different though is his 'normal' stance - square shoulders, elbows out, eyes staring down anyone that dares to look at him - he almost always looks like he's about to start on someone! ;D
I often sit in the Wakeman, where there's a lot of Cramb haters, and most of them literally won't even applaud when he (and it is judt him) sticks the ball in the net or plays a decent through-ball, but are quite happy to bollock him for a misplaced pass. In the whole team, only Gregor gets similar treatment.
I thought that was standard treatment by the wakeman enders for all town players? Also, where did you sit? hope you checked the ground wasnt covered in pigeon shat first!
Post by P'boro shrew on Jan 11, 2004 22:32:01 GMT 1
Cramb has to be one of the first names on the teamsheet when he's fit. I think his best position would be behind a front two of Rodgers and Darby. I also heard he is very happy at the town so get behind him he's a very important player for us.
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