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Sheffield United has announced that they have retracted their offer to let convicted rapist Ched Evans train with the team
The BBC has had to issue a grovelling apology after a radio presenter said women should "keep their knickers on" while discussing
Convicted rapist Ched Evans has been compared to the Guildford Four - a group who spent more than a decade in prison for
Sheffield United has been told to "lift its reputation out of the gutter" by kicking convicted rapist Ched Evans off the
Footballers are role models and we do not want a convicted rapist being idolised by children. However, how about the footballers who set fireworks off in their own bathroom, the footballers who are addicted to drink or drugs and the footballers who commit domestic violence?
The head of the Football Association was left red-faced and floundering after a Newsnight grilling on whether convicted rapist
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The former Sheffield United striker served half of a five-year jail term after he was jailed in April 2012 for raping a 19
​If English football wants to maintain even the tiniest shred of moral high ground, then Ched Evans cannot come back into the professional game yet. And shame on the desperate club who'll inevitably try to sign him.
Welcoming Evans back would be detrimental, both to the game and, far more importantly, to the victim of his crime and the 85,000 women who are raped in England and Wales every year.