Since his release from prison following the rape of a 19-year-old woman, Ched Evans has been linked with a number of professional football clubs.
Following the latest interest - that of Oldham Athletic - the chief executive of the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA), Gordon Taylor, said that "[Evans] has served his time and the job of society is to look to rehabilitate" - i.e. allow him to play football again.
Evans served two and a half years of a five year sentence in prison and is now on licence while he sees out the rest of the five year term. While Evans's website has maintained his innocence, the woman he raped has been forced to change her identity five times after being tracked down by internet trolls.
A series of schemes supported by the Greater Manchester Community Rehabilitation Company offers intensive sessions for female offenders.
The programme helps the women get access to further education, get access to healthcare providers, offers cooking and food tasting sessions and gives counselling to those with drug and alcohol problems.
7. Millwall Community Trust
This wide-ranging scheme run by Millwall FC provides food parcels to those in need, sends ambassadors to schools to warn children about drugs and, crucially, offers ex-offenders opportunities as coaches.
For other rehabilitation programmes, visit the HM Prison Service's Offender Behaviour Programme homepage here.