- Sep 28, 2007
Oh, just the second fastest swim in history at 15-years-old
There was a piece on football365 today about him which said a) The league shouldn't do anything to ban him from coming back and b) no football club should hire him. Which I broadly agree with.Not sure if this is the right thread, but should this guy be allowed play again?
MP Paul Blomfield calls on Sheffield United to rethink Ched Evans decision | Football | The Guardian
I'd generally be of the opinion that if you've done your time then you should be let back to your career, if you can get a job.
Like with Mike Vick in the US.
Lots of opposition to it though.
Yeah, the biting stuff not so much. I think it's mostly gross and weird.Because of the Evra thing?
It was, and thankfully he never hurt or killed anyone as far as I know which would put a far more serious spin on what he was getting up to (incidentally, I only learned this week that there's 2 players in the lower leagues in England who have killed people on the roads, done time for it, and resumed their careers).Tony Adams got done for drink driving. Is that not reprehensibly irresponsible?
I tried to think about it for about 15 seconds, coming up with a heirarchy of the worst shit you can do. But I just made myself sad.As for Ched, I agree that he should be allowed continue his career, because that's how the system works. You do your bit, you pick up your life, older and wiser, one hopes. But I also agree that no club should touch him. But then again, is killing two kids while driving drunk not the worst fucking thing imaginable? I don't know, I've no answers. I suppose we look at an "accident" where you had a couple.... as somehow human. We could all do it? And sure, he has to live with it, where as being a rapist, you're just a scumbag because that's a choice you've made: there was nothing left to chance? I don't know, really.
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