PERTH, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 10: Taylor Walker of Adelaide Crows leads the team huddle during the 2018 AFL round 12 match between the Fremantle Dockers and the Adelaide Crows at Optus Stadium on June 10, 2018 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Carson/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Adelaide skipper Taylor Walker has told the media he received an unwanted jersey with covered with obscene language following one of the team’s losses.

Adelaide lost their third game in a row on Sunday and their captain was speaking on Triple M radio in regards to what is currently going on with the team. It was during the interview he revealed he was sent the jersey following the GWS game but did not reveal what was written on it.

He did however, refer to the culprit as ‘gutless’ because they didn’t put their name on it.

“After the GWS game I had a guernsey sent to me at the club with some eventful, exciting words written on the guernsey,” Walker, who missed the game through injury, told Triple M.

“Whoever sent it was too gutless to put their name on the back of it.

“That’s the things that people are doing.”

Whoever it was, it clearly indicates how upset the Crows fans are following their team’s disappointing start to the season.