The Adelaide Crows received some bad news recently when the AFL club found out that midfielder Brad Crouch will miss up to eight weeks of the upcoming 2015 season. The young midfielder has been sidelined after undergoing surgery on his left foot. The 21-year-old suffered an injury to his foot during Adelaide’s NAB Challenge preseason match against Port Adelaide on March 21. Medical scans taken after the game revealed that Crouch had suffered a fracture to the foot. Be sure to look over the CrownBet AFL Odds during the 2015 football season as there are plenty of betting markets to choose from.
David Noble, the head of football for the Crows, said it’s disappointing for the young player to suffer an injury setback just before he was ready to make a name for himself in the league this season. Noble spoke with the media after the injury was announced and said,
Brad has had an unfortunate run with injury in recent years but we know that he will attack his rehabilitation with enthusiasm and look to get back as soon as possible.
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Crouch looked very impressive during the Crows’ first two NAB Challenge outings as he ranked second in the league for clearances with 15 as well as third in tackles with 12, third for hard-ball gets at 12, and fourth for contested possessions with 25 to his name. The midfielder has appeared in 25 AFL encounters over the past two seasons after being acquired through the inaugural GWS mini-draft. Adelaide is set to open the home and away campaign on April 5 at the Adelaide Oval when they take on North Melbourne. This match and all others in the 2015 season can be found and wagered on by checking out the CrownBet AFL Odds.