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Crows stalwart Walker inks new AFL deal

Adelaide veteran Taylor Walker will extend his AFL career next season after signing a one-year contract extension with the Crows.

The 32-year-old Walker has returned from a six-game racism ban to remain Adelaide’s most influential attacker this season.

The club’s all-time leading goalkicker considered his future after being suspended for making a racist remark at a state league match last August.

Walker opted to play on this season and since returning in round four has kicked 31 goals in a dozen games.

The 232-gamer and former Crows captain says he’s thrilled to sign on for next season.

“This means a lot to me that I am going to be a Crow for life,” Walker said in a statement on Tuesday.

“As one of the older blokes going around I am also very proud that I can still contribute both on and off the field.”

After being beaten grand finalists in 2017, the Crows will miss the finals for a fifth…

Read more at thewest.com.au

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