- May 24, 2006
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- Redbacks, Sturt, Liverpool, Arizona
Is this for real?
However, there is another documentary currently in the making and for Aussie rules fans, particularly those who follow the Crows, it will make for compulsive viewing.
It will be the Crows like you’ve never seen them before.
Fans of the Netflix series Drive to Survive will be familiar with the concept of having a camera crew invading the inner sanctum of a professional sporting team and delivering perspectives that previously could only be imagined.
At this very moment, there is an Amazon Prime film crew embedded with the Adelaide Football Club.
The club is a little coy about all the details, but head of football Adam Kelly confirmed that filming had begun.
Those critics of the Crows who constantly accuse the club of not being open enough may have to eat their words because apparently the camera crew has access to all areas.
According to witnesses, the cameras were rolling in the Barossa Valley when the club incurred the wrath of the AFL and the Melbourne media pack.
The club wouldn’t confirm whether the cameras were present when Tyson Stengle’s pre-season mishap was discussed, but they didn’t deny it either.