I don't think the age is the issue, it's that we have a culture of playing them when injured at an age where they can no longer carry them and still perform at the level. We then use words like experience to beef up the output which is of droppable quality. Maybe if we got these guys right instead of playing them into the ground, we'd have some still contributing strongly into their 30s. Maybe not 22 games though, but if they miss half a dozen then thats games for kids.Genuine question
Who was the last Crows player who had no question marks over his inclusion in the team at the age of 31 or later?