Brought in on loan from Millwall by boss Peter Taylor shortly after taking over at Broadhall Way, Gavin Grant immediately made an impression. Playing either up front or wide on the right, Grant started as he meant to go on; scoring on debut in a 3-1 reverse at Aldershot in front of the Setanta TV cameras. He continued on, clocking up an impressive return of seven goals in 12 starts (and two substitute appearances).
Gavin Grant: After Boro’
Despite such a great stat, it wasn’t enough to help us into the playoffs at the end of the 2007-8 campaign; returning to the New Den as his loan deal ended. After his time with Boro’, Grant left Millwall and hooked back up with Taylor at Wycombe Wanderers for a time. He followed Taylor yet again onto Bradford City, but his football career came to an abrupt end in 2010; the forward sentenced to life in jail for his part in a 2004 murder.