Taylor Walker : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career
Taylor Walker also known as Tex Walker, is a professional Australian rules footballer know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career
|Birthdate ( Age)||25 April 1990|
|Place of Birth||Broken Hill, Australia|
|Children||Hugo James and Louis Jack|
|Parents||Wayne Walker, Margaret Walker|
|Profession||Professional Australian rules footballer|
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Taylor Walker also known as Tex Walker, is a Professional Australian rules footballer who plays for the Adelaide Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).
Taylor Walker nad wife Ellie Brown
He is a former NSW Scholarship player with the club,and was drafted with pick 75 in the 2007 national draft.Walker previously captained Adelaide from 2015 to 2019. In September 2020, he kicked his 441st goal to become Adelaide's leading goalkicker.
Early Life and Family
Walker attended Willyama High School in Broken Hill.His father, Wayne, was a prominent footballer in Broken Hill who played more than 350 games, and Walker soon followed in his footsteps.In 2006, Walker accepted a NSW Scholarship contract with Adelaide, at the age of 16.However, he continued to play for his senior local amateur league team, North Broken Hill, in the Broken Hill Football League, leading them to the 2007 premiership with a seven-goal, best on ground performance, playing at centre half forward.
Taylor Walker Wife
Taylor Walker is married with Wife Ellie Brown.The couple held a surprise wedding in front of just 35 close family and friends on March 10, 2019, at Marble Hill. No one knew it was a wedding until they arrived, except for a few guests such as Ellie's parents, Rob and Vicky, and sister Alex, and Taylor's mother, Marg, and brother Ayrton.
Taylor Walker Net Worth
Taylor Walker also known as Tex Walker, is a professional Australian rules footballer who plays for the Adelaide Football Club who has an estimated Net Worth of between $3 million in 2021. The earnings listed mainly come from her salary and brand endorsements.
Walker spent his first year at the Crows playing for Norwood in the SANFL, kicking more than 50 goals in the 2008 season.He made his AFL debut in round 1 the next season, against Collingwood, and held his place in the side for the next 12 rounds.
This included a five-goal performance against reigning premiers Hawthorn in round 10, which earned him an AFL Rising Star nomination.However, only three weeks later he was dropped from the senior side and played just one more match for the season, with coach Neil Craig wanting him to work on deficiencies in his game.
Walker returned to the side in 2010 and showed fluctuating form, showing glimpses of brilliance alongside some poor performances. He was dropped from the side on a number of occasions throughout the year, sparking rumours that he and head coach Neil Craig were not seeing eye to eye and that Craig was using Walker as a scapegoat for Adelaide's poor form throughout the year.
In January 2015, Walker was appointed captain of Adelaide.He returned to his best form in that year, finishing fourth in the Coleman Medal with 55 goals in the home-and-away season and leading the club inspirationally as they overcame the death of senior coach Phil Walsh to make the semi-finals.He played his 100th AFL game in round 18 against the Sydney Swans at the Sydney Cricket Ground, fittingly in his home state of New South Wales.In 2016, he was voted the AFL Player's Association captain of the year.
On 19 September 2020, Walker became the all-time leading goalkicker for the Adelaide Crows.He scored his 441st goal for the club in Round 18 of the shortened 2020 season against Richmond, surpassing Tony Modra's previous record of 440.
He was also the Adelaide's leading goalkicker for the shortened 2020 season, scoring 15 goals;the lowest tally for any club's highest scorer since Jack James totalled 13 goals for St Kilda in the 1920 season.Walker started the year in resurgent form, kicking 17 goals in his first three games and beating his 2020 tally in the process. He joined Jonathan Brown as the second AFL player since 1993 to kick five or more goals in each of the first three rounds of a season.
Before the round 21 Showdown match with Port Adelaide, news broke of Walker having made a racist comment about a player in an opposing team in the SANFL. After an investigation by the AFL, he was banned from playing in the following six rounds and received a $20,000 fine.