Sheffield United consider re-signing convicted rapist Ched Evans

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Sheffield United consider re-signing convicted rapist Ched Evans
17th October 2014

Today Ched Evans the former Sheffield United footballer has been released from prison, after being jailed in 2012 for the rape of a 19 year old girl.

Deputy Prime minister Nick Clegg has warned the team to think hard before re-signing him, after it was revealed they had been discussing the issue.
Because he has done his time, is it right for him to come back? Or is it a case of setting a bad example to fans.

Digital Sports Editor of the Evening Standard Amar Singh has the latest.

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