Only stumbled across this story, seems a bit iffy to me.
Found it strange that the other guy got off(wayhey). If she was so drunk she didnt remember consenting how can they say one was rape and one wasn’t?
Yeah, that’s what is strange about it. The girl involved comes across as a right slag, while Evans and the other fella come across as a pair of creepy deviants. What is it with footballer and watching each other bang and sharing women? The girl can’t remember what happened, she says she thinks her drink was spiked, which subsequent tests show wasn’t the case. She goes off to a hotel room with yer man, he plunders her and leaves, Evans comes in plunders her and leaves. If she doesn’t remember what happened how can she say she was raped?
Think the first guy text Evans and said he had managed to get some slag back to his hotel room and call up if he wanted a go. Unless by her going to the hotel room she in some way consented but passed out before Evans arrived and did her up the wrong 'un!
Yes, but from the piece I read she claimed the last thing she can remember is being in a takeaway. She doesn’t know if she’s been raped or not. The verdict seems to hinge on her being ‘too drunk’ to give consent which is a bit iffy. Is she can’t remember any of it how can one of the guys be innocent and one guilty when both made sex to her?
Who the fuck is Ched Evans and what kind of a name is fucking Ched?
Yea it does sound a bit off alright
Chedwyn. It’s a Welsh name.
Sheffield United striker, Ched is short for Chedwyn.
The judge was clearly a Wendies fan
Sheffield United will be without Stephen Quinn (thigh strain) and Ched Evans (rape conviction) for the League 1 run in.
Clayton McDonald is the other person in question, a Port Vale player, trying to follow in the footsteps of renowned Port Vale fan and sex offender, Phil Taylor.
I’ve been wondering that one myself for a few years now. It seems like a strange cultural phenomenon among British footballers. Does it go on much otherwise I wonder?
Some positive news for Ched last night to largely offset Friday’s turbulent events: he was named in the League One team of the season at the PFA Awards.
I was in the gym earlier when Sky Sports News were showing the L1 Team of the year.
I laughed out loud when I saw his name.
Maybe some of TFK AFC players would like to tell us if this culture is evident at their club?