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Wayne Jackson after announcing his retirement as AFL CEO in 2006. The Adelaide-based former football administrator has spoken to the Crows about an unspecified role. Photo: Julian Smith / AAP
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Former AFL boss, hotel magnate spurn Crows board - but Jackson "keen to help"

EXCLUSIVE | Former AFL boss Wayne Jackson says he’s “keen to help” the struggling Adelaide Crows as an advisory role looms – but, like other big names being touted, including a hotel magnate and a SANFL great, he’s rebuffed approaches to replace Rob Chapman at the helm of the board, reports Michelangelo Rucci.

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Move for parliament to probe Crows camp

EXCLUSIVE | The Adelaide Crows and the AFL could be hauled before State Parliament to account for the club’s notorious 2018 preseason camp, with a motion calling for a committee probe into whether workplace laws were breached, InDaily can reveal.