The boss of League Two club Hartlepool United has reportedly said he wants to sign convicted rapist Ched Evans.
Ronnie Moore said there was a "possibility" of Evans signing, saying he has "served his time" after his release from jail in October.
Speaking after his side's game against Oxford today, Moore said:
If it could happen for me, I would want it to happen. There is no doubt about that. He is a proven goalscorer. He has served his time for me and the boy wants to play football.
I know what will happen now, everybody will me groaning and you see what happened at Sheffield United
You keep pushing the lad away. He made a mistake and maybe he hasn't made the apology in the right way and there is a case pending on the appeal.
On the football matters, if he gets on the park he will go a long way to getting us out of trouble, that's for sure. It is a possibility, I would leave it at that for now.
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