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Evans scored a brace against Bosnia and Herzegovina U21s in October 2009, On 28 March 2012, Stuart Pearce, the Great Britain Olympic football team manager, was present at the match against Chesterfield, in which Evans scored a hat-trick, taking his season tally to 30, in a 4–1 win at Bramall Lane.Evans commented on the possibility of representing Team GB at the London 2012 Summer Olympics: "If I was asked then it's something I'd definitely look at doing. But if the chance was there then, like anyone else, I’d certainly have to think about it." After the death of former Wales boss and Sheffield United player, coach and manager Gary Speed, Evans revealed a message under his shirt after scoring his first goal in the FA Cup win over Torquay United, which read: "Rest in peace Speedo." Evans stated regarding the death of Gary Speed that "I was a man on a mission.Chedwyn Michael "Ched" Evans (born 28 December 1988) is a Welsh footballer who plays as a striker for Championship club Sheffield United.Born in Rhyl, Denbighshire, Evans was signed by Manchester City from Chester City's youth set up in 2002 and he subsequently progressed through the ranks.On 8 January 2015, Oldham Athletic ended their interest in signing Evans, citing that proceeding could have resulted in "significant financial pressure" and would have "continued to be a divisive influence", while condemning the "vile and abusive threats, some including death threats, which have been made to our fans, sponsors and staff".
Journalist Henry Winter, writing for The Daily Telegraph, refuted Evans' claims, instead saying that "it was people’s disgust that a convicted rapist felt he could swan back into a high-profile job after revealing no remorse for a crime that would preclude re-employment for many", while criticising Evans for making "his statement of contrition ...I had a message on my top for Gary Speed which I wanted to show. the crowd started singing [Speed's name] – it gave me goose pimples...not one person has a bad word to say about him, he was a gentleman...on the offensive, legally questionable website that continues to make life miserable for his victim".
On 8 January 2015, it was announced by Grimsby Town director John Fenty that a financial backer had offered the club to pay his full wages in order to bring Evans to the Conference Premier club.In November 2014, following his release from prison, it was announced that Evans would resume training with Sheffield United after the Professional Footballers' Association had requested that Sheffield United let Evans train at the club as they were his last club before his conviction.