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Sloane joins Walker and has signed to stay with Crows

TWO out of three ain't bad, but Adelaide will be desperate to make it a hat-trick by re-signing brilliant midfielder Patrick Dangerfield.

Captain Taylor Walker, 2013 club champion Rory Sloane and Dangerfield were set to become free agents at the end of the season, with all three clearly in the sights of rival clubs.

Taylor was the first to re-commit, signing a three-year contract extension last November, and Sloane has also put pen to paper, agreeing to stay until at least the end of the 2018 season.

That leaves just Dangerfield who has said he wants to leave his decision until the end of the season.

Sloane, 25, said he was thrilled to be staying put.

"I have said many times before how much I respect and love this club and, in particular the playing group," the 107-gamer said. "Our club is built on a team-first attitude and elite standards."



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