Convicted rapist Ched Evans has been stopped from training with Sheffield United, after what the club described as "an intensity that could not have been anticipated".
Evans attempts to re-start his career after he was convicted of raping a 19-year-old woman in a Premier Inn in Wales have split supporters and patrons. Four patrons walked out in disgust over the decision to let Evans train and Olympic gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill threatened to have her name removed from a stand if the striker was re-signed. In a statement, Sheffield United said:
Sheffield United will not be used to promote the view that professional footballers should be treated differently, as has been the want of certain sections of the media and various commentators.
During this whole period, we have been served a timely reminder of what we have been throughout our history: Sheffield United is a family and community club that, even in times of adversity, will remain strong and grow from its experiences.
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