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This week we discuss whether Ched Evans should return to play football after he served his sentence for rape. Frank Warren, who promoted Mike Tyson when the boxer was a convicted rapist, Jill Saward, a rape victim herself, and Reverend Nigel Manges, who was Sheffield United’s chaplain when Evans committed his offence, all debate his future. Meanwhile, Lawrie McMenemy reflects on Southampton’s astonishing 8-0 victory over Sunderland, while Scotland assistant coach Mark McGhee enthuses about the team’s encouraging start for their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign. Also, we bring you an in-depth interview with our studio guest, Sir Trevor Brooking, who talks about England, grassroots football and his former club West Ham.
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