Adelaide Football Club
The Adelaide Football Club, nicknamed the Crows, is a professional Australian rules football club based in Adelaide, South Australia, playing in the Australian Football League (AFL).
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... Brian 'Bucky' Cunningham (born 14 August 1952 in Adelaide, South Australia) is a former Australian rules footballer in the South Australian National Football League, playing for the Port Adelaide ... Cunningham was later CEO of Port Magpies in the SANFL, and the Port Adelaide Football Club in the AFL ... In 1979 Cunningham was appointed captain of the Magpies, and captained the club until 1982 ...
... Although for the next 10 years, the Port Adelaide in the AFL would enjoy success on and off the field, including a premiership, The Magpies struggled to find ... The Magpies, who had been the most successful club in Australia, started to be the laughing stock of the state because they were being thrashed week-in, week-out, while ... Stephen Williams was appointed coach of the Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club when John Cahill stepped aside mid-season in 1996 to concentrate solely on his job as coach of the ...
2003 Wizard Cup Grand Final SG G B Total Adelaide 104 ... Collingwood 73 ... Venue Telstra Dome, Melbourne Crowd 43,571 2012 NAB Cup Grand Final SG G B Total Adelaide 17. 95 ...
... Round Pick Player Recruited from Club 1 ... Des Headland Subiaco Football Club Brisbane Lions 2 ... Justin Longmuir West Perth Football Club Fremantle 3 ... Nic Fosdike Norwood Football ... Clarke Geelong Falcons Geelong 22 ... James Begley Sturt Football Club St Kilda 23 ... Chris Ladhams North Adelaide Football Club Essendon 24 ... David Wojcinski Gippsland Power Geelong 25 ... Aaron ...
... Name Australian rules football State cricket Club(s) Career Ref Team(s) Career Craig Bradley Port Adelaide Football Club (SANFL) Carlton Football Club 1986–2002 South Australia Victoria 1983/84–1989/90 ...
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