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Should football forgive Adam Johnson?
"Shall football forgive Adam Johnson?"

"Brenning: the Answer must be yes."

"a person convicted of sexual offences against an underage girl get to play football at the highest level again?"

"To the sport to forgive Adam Johnson?"

"the Heart says no but the brain must answer yes."

"On 2 march 2016, was sentenced Adam Johnson to six years in prison for having had sex with an underage girl. Now he is released. Now he wants to play football again. But will he get it?"

"the Issue has stirred up emotions in the Uk and so far have no club dared to take an interest in 31-year-old. That Johnson is good enough to play at a high professional level, there is no doubt but the question is if he deserves it?"

"a person convicted of sexual offences against an underage girl to run around as a celebrated football player? In my own reasoning with myself, I would instinctively yell no, but must still answer yes."

"Kicked a young man in the head"

"At the weekend took Troy Deeneys Watford to the FA cup final. Afterwards commanded the 30-year-old englishman on the most rewarding interview I can drag me to remember that I've seen from the british football the last few years."

"Deeney grew up in one of Birmingham's poorest areas surrounded by drugs and crime. No one in his family had taken a university degree. All fought for their survival."

"Deeney cut class from both the school and the football and became the 15-year-old kicked out of Aston villa's academy. He trained as a bricklayer and played football in amatörlaget Chelmsley before he was 18 years old, by a pure coincidence was discovered by the Walsalls akademichef when he was drunk and scored seven goals in a match."

"Karriärresan took off and the money began to roll in. Deeney put the bunny on them directly (”before Watford would discover that I was worthless and throw me out,” as he himself explained it) was caught up in a vicious circle of alcohol and partying."

"Troy Deeney could have kicked his family out of poverty already but kicked 2012 instead, a young man in the head and was sentenced to ten months in prison."

"But today, talking very few if kåkfararen Troy Deeney. In the day of the talk, however, many of the footballer Troy Deeney. And above all, role model."

"Must earn its place"

"the Guy who explains to the complainant teammates to the physically demanding training is not something against his 14-hour long days as a plasterer. The guy who buys shoes for the hundreds of young boys with fotbollsdrömmar and shows them that there are ways away from challenging circumstances, and apparently already mapped out life stories. The guy who helps other former criminals to find their role in society. The guy who goes back to school he dropped out of that 14-year-old and reading up on topics only for that, with the credibility to be able to told their son that school is important."

"Football had been a poorer place without today's Troy Deeney in the. Thousands of young supporters had been a great role model for poorer."

"Adam Johnson is not Troy Deeney. Adam Johnson's crimes can't compare with the Troy Deeneys. But if Johnson can be half of what Deeney is today, I think he deserves his place in football."

"We must have the courage to forgive, but it is a forgiving which also must be earned. Deeney took responsibility for their actions, something Johnson so far has not been particularly convincing in."

"After the release of 31-year-old released a brief and tillrättalagt statement. Any convincing remorse, we have not seen. That is what I miss before I can take an interest in the footballer Adam Johnson again. Before I can think that it is appropriate that he gets the confidence with which model it actually means to be a professional footballer today."

"There is a name to take up here. He is named Cristiano Ronaldo and accused of rape. He is not doomed but according to documents we don't have any reason to doubt the bought a woman's silence and he's carrying right now is a lawsuit."

"No one is preventing him from playing football (it is rather so that the football to protect him). He is worthy to be a role model? He takes responsibility for his actions? It is appropriate that he now gets to play professional football?"

"Here are both my heart and my brain agree."

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