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Olsen asked to lead Crows

EXCLUSIVE | Former State Premier and SANFL president John Olsen has been asked to become the Adelaide Football Club chairman, Michelangelo Rucci reports.

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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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Crows boss at arm's length as Pavlich knuckles down on review

Crows chairman Rob Chapman says the club’s board is aware of his business history with former Fremantle captain Matthew Pavlich, including that he has co-owned a racehorse called ‘Go The Knuckle’ with one of the four men contracted to conduct an external review of Adelaide’s football operations.