Bryce Gibbs’ family still hopeful of future Crows AFL trade move

  • ‘We’re disappointed that something couldn’t be done,’ says Ross Gibbs
  • Carlton and Adelaide reached a AFL trade stalemate over the 27-year-old

Carlton star Bryce Gibbs could still play for Adelaide one day, his father says, after a proposed trade for the homesick midfielder fell through. The Crows finished the AFL trade period as arguably the biggest loser after failing to strike a deal for Gibbs, having gone public with their desire to bring home the contracted 27-year-old.

Gibbs was keen to return to Adelaide so he and his partner could reconnect with family and receive help with their young son but the Blues played hardball, demanding two first-round draft picks or a first-round selection combined with a quality player.

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