Matthew Crouch
MidfielderM
Out
Injury Groin
Timetable set
MAdelaide Crows
Groin
May 3, 2021
Crouch (groin) is expected to be available in two-to-three weeks, AFL Ratings reports.
ANALYSIS
This is a step in the right direction for the midfielder. Crouch has been sidelined with a groin injury since mid-March and may be able to return to the Crows in about two weeks.
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Timetable set for return
MAdelaide Crows
Groin
March 23, 2021
Crouch (groin) will spend the next two-three weeks in rehab training after reporting a strained groin, according to Head of Football Adam Kelly. "
ANALYSIS
It's still not completely clear when Crouch will return as the club is being cautious with his recovery. He should be completely recovered from offseason hip surgery by now, so he'll look to be back by mid-April if no other complications arise.
Out indefinitely
MAdelaide Crows
Groin
March 18, 2021
Crouch has been ruled out indefinitely due to lingering hip and groin injuries, according to coach Matthew Nicks. "It's a tough one for me to put a (recovery) time on it."
ANALYSIS
Crouch was already out for Round 1 against Geelong but may now be unable to play for multiple weeks. He underwent surgery in the offseason but still hasn't been able to full recover due to some nagging issues that won't go away just yet.
Out with groin injury
MAdelaide Crows
Groin
March 17, 2021
Crouch has been ruled out for Saturday's season opener against Geelong due to a groin injury.
ANALYSIS
The specifics of the injury remain unclear, but Crouch will miss Round 1 for Adelaide. It's a big loss for the Crows, as Crouch is coming off a strong campaign in 2020.
Gets 30 disposals in finale
MAdelaide Crows
September 19, 2020
Crouch logged 30 disposals (10 kicks, 20 handballs) and made five marks during Saturday's 77-33 loss to Richmond.
ANALYSIS
Crouch was an important presence in midfield by leading the team in disposals but it was hard to make up the difference in goals, no matter how battles were won elsewhere. All season long, this Crouch brother routinely logged close to 30 disposals and never lower than 22 since Round three. Now all he needs to do is help his team carry their form at the end of the season into the next campaign, which will make everyone happily more productive.
Huge in win
MAdelaide Crows
September 8, 2020
Crouch scored one goal and logged 27 disposals (11 kicks, 16 handballs) in addition to making 12 tackles during Tuesday's 59-47 win over Greater Western Sydney Giants.
ANALYSIS
Crouch and his brother Brad were key in helping the Crows stifle a team that really has to fight to make the finals. Though their season is still sealed, Crouch is carrying his strong August into a good showing in September and looks like he could keep it going through the final two matches.