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Friday, 20 April 2012
So Sheffield United, Evans or Tevez, who is the greater villain?
After all the fuss they made over our selection of Carlos Tevez, how ironic is it that Shafting United (and never has that name seemed more appropriate) are riding the crest of a promotion wave courtesy of 35 goals from a convicted rapist. Given Evans had sex with the drunken girl with the approval of former team mate McDonald, it gives a whole new meaning to Third Party Agreements doesn't it?
Now I'm not sure about you, but I don't think it is appropriate that Evans has been selected between his arrest and committal. I know you are innocent until proven guilty, but is it right that families have been cheering and applauding a guy who has raped a teenager? He has brought the game into disrepute in the most disgraceful way and I am sure there are many who feel offended that they have unwittingly paid to watch this pervert play football, and put money into his bank account as a result.
Perhaps rival clubs in the First Division should club together and sue Shafting United, campaigning for points to be deducted for playing a rapist in breach of the Football League's code of conduct. The club have surely acted selfishly and with a blatant disregard for the good of the game. Yes they will fall back on legal technicalities but I'm sure Justice Taylor would conclude Ched Evans is entirely responsible for Shafting United's current league position: take away his thirty five goals and where would they be exactly?
Mind you, it makes you wonder what Pants Down Pardew knew when in March 2009, he seemed to say on Match of the Day 2 that Chelsea midfielder Michael Essienhad "absolutely raped" the then Manchester City player Ched Evans during a midfield tussle for the ball. What goes around comes around as they say.