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Charlie Webster
Interesting responses to my Ched Evans tweet.This is not a feminist or a men/women issue.It is a society issue of collective responsibility.
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Darron Kent 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
he's a convicted rapist,he doesn't deserve a 2nd chance!
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Sam Kalbag 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
Completely agree some taboos you can't break and expect to pick up where you left off consequences to actions
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Adam Rathbone 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
I'm more disappointed in Nigel for contemplating it. His dad certainly wouldn't!
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Nath 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
Boro fan here, wouldn't touch anyone accused of anything like that with a bargepole. Was disappointed when we signed Marlon King
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Boxy ⁵³  🦁 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
shouldn't be allowed anywhere near a football team
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neale parry 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
at the end of the day right or wrong u no he will end up playing football and earning a lot of money sum where
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Paul Brown 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
Im with you Charlie, he shouldnt expext to have his life back as if nothing happened, the club should know better as well
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Jon Cunningham 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
I agree with you, Charlie. I wouldn't want that sort of person at my club.
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gaj 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
Everybody deserves a second chance. Why should he be any different. And from a footballing stand-point hes good for the club
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Marine-Fly ⚔️ 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
tell that to the feminists!
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Michael 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
Has it ever crossed your mind that maybe he didn't do it?
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Danny Roberts 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
didn't realise he was out already, would like to think that any club with morals wouldn't touch him
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Christopher 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
. The guy has had his big chance; he should've thought about the repercussions before he acted. Shouldn't be back on a pitch.
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Rob Baker 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
it's a tough one, as in the eyes of the law he's served his time and paid his debt to society, BUT, it still don't feel right.
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ANTHONY WHITTINGTON 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
I'm sure those who think it is ok to re-sign a convicted rapist may think different if the victim was related or a friend
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jamie wilson 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
ched would of done his time was he really guilty in the 1st place?? As I don't think he was and I'm not even a fan
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phil taylor 14 Aug 14
Replying to @CharlieCW
He would never be allowed to coach or Referee with that conviction so why should he be allowed to play?
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