The AFL and Adelaide Crows respond to death of Crows coach Phil Walsh

The AFL and Adelaide Crows respond to death of Crows coach Phil Walsh

The AFL has announced Sunday’s clash between Adelaide and Geelong won’t go ahead in the wake of the death of Crows coach Phil Walsh.

AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan says the Crows and Geelong will both share two points each from the abandoned match.

The remainder of round 14 will be played.

You can listen to Mr McLachlan’s press conference below.

Meantime, the Adelaide Crows have described the crisis as unprecedented.

The club says it is focused on providing as much support to those impacted by Phil’s death.

You can listen below to the press conference held today by Crows CEO Andrew Fagan and Chairman Rob Chapman.



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