Crows director resigns over vax mandate

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InDaily exclusively revealed last week that Takos, who was elected as a club director by members last year, had taken issue with a club rule that all staff should be fully vaccinated, following on from an AFL ‘no job, no play’ decree for all players and football department employees.

“With great disappointment I announce my resignation from the Board of Directors at the Adelaide Football Club,” Takos said in a statement today.

“The AFL’s COVID mandate, and the club’s deeply concerning response to it, has left me with no choice but to step down.”

The Crows have been bedevilled by dramas related to the vaccination mandate, with AFLW premiership player Deni Varnhagen placed on the club’s inactive list after refusing to be COVID-vaccinated.

Last week, a Crows SANFL-listed player was hospitalised two days after receiving his first dose of the mRNA vaccine, although it’s understood the symptoms have not been definitively linked to the jab.

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  1. Good on him for supporting people to make their own medical decisions without force, shame more like him arent speaking up. At the end of the day unless AFL footballer & staff have a contract that says they must be waxed then they should be able to sue them. I wouldn’t believe that the footballers existing contracts state they have to be waxed, Im sure moving forward they will but if on an old contract I would be making noise!!!

  2. If the majority who are vaccinated don’t start to twig and stand up, who knows where all this will lead. Perhaps now that ‘they’ are going after our children, the tyranny of mandates will end.