"The oppressors will know what it means to be oppressed."
Adelaide are considering using their first draft pick on emerging Victorian key forward Simon 'Specky' Magee. Magee, a Booyong High School product, has consistently impressed since he was 12 years of age, representing Victoria at the National Footy Carnival and playing for the prestigious Gosmore Grammar. Adelaide have three picks in the top 20 of … Continue reading Draft Watch: Crows interested in emerging key forward Simon ‘Specky’ Magee
Retiring Adelaide Crow Sam Gibson has today shocked the nation by calling for a spill of the team leadership before nominating for captain. Gibson announced his intentions at the at the traditional Thursday morning opposition strategy meeting, claiming that he had the numbers to overthrow current Captain Taylor Walker. Gibson lost the ballot 2-42. The … Continue reading LEADERSHIP SPILL: Gibson challenges Walker for leadership in last ditch effort. Loses 2-42.
Adelaide Coach Don Pyke has revealed the primary motivation for selecting star trio Andy Otten, David Mackay and Richard Douglas was to help build experience for 2019. Speaking after a win that simultaneously ended any hope of Port making the finals and put the Crows upcoming draft stock in jeapardy, Pyke explained that there was … Continue reading Pyke: “Getting games into Mackay, Douglas and Otten really sets up our future.”
PORT Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley is a victim of his success. Yes, his success. Success in making Port Adelaide ambitious - and intolerant of failure in a competition that is much tougher and more demanding that the one from which SA’s oldest football club rose. When Hinkley arrived at Alberton in October 2012 - after … Continue reading Rucci: Hinkley a victim of his own success
"What a ridiculous thought" he said. "As an aside, some of our SANFL top ups are really impressing."
'Lol' he said.
The Chiefs of the Australian Military have met today with veteran Crow, David Mackay, to discuss how he has managed to float under their radar. Speaking today from the Osbourne Naval Shipyard, Army Chief, Lieutenant General Richard Burr explained how the advanced technology could help protect Australians. "A weapon like David should have been picked … Continue reading Defence Force Chiefs Meet with David Mackay to Discuss How Such a Weapon Can Float Under the Radar
"This didn't come as a shock."
"This kind of conduct is not acceptable in 2018"