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The Deputy Prime Minister joins the increasingly heated debate concerning footballer Ched Evans

Nick Clegg has said that Ched Evans should not have been allowed to return to train with his former club, Sheffield United.
The Deputy Prime Minister – a Sheffield MP – has joined the debate surrounding the footballer, after three patrons of the club resigned following Evans’ new involvement with United.
The convicted rapist was released from prison last month, after serving half of his five-year sentence. He has consistently pledged his innocence, claiming the sex was consensual.
While Clegg wants “to protect the football club’s right to take their own decisions”, he said personally would not have let the footballer return.
“If it was me, I wouldn’t take him on,” he said on LBC Radio. “I wouldn’t let him train. Football stars play such an important role in the community. They’re looked up to.
“Footballers are not just any old employee, they are obviously athletes but they are role models and a lot of kids look up to them.
“This is an incredibly serious offence, a very serious offence for which he has been convicted and that’s what sets this apart.”
Prior to Evans’ release, Clegg said that the club would need to “gauge fan reaction” before resigning him.

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