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Oldham Athletic pull out of Ched Evans deal amid threats

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Hello and welcome to GiveMeSport - here are today’s headlines. Oldham have pulled out of a deal to sign convicted rapist Ched Evans. The development comes after some of the club’s board members were reportedly threatened by fans. Staying with football and LA Galaxy president Chris Klein says Steven Gerrard will not be loaned back to Liverpool. The 34-year-old has signed a deal with the MLS club after announcing his decision to quit Anfield last week. Onto cycling and Sir Bradley Wiggins has launched his own team. Team Wiggins has been announced as part of the 34-year-old’s attempts to break the individual world hour record ahead of his return to track cycling for the 2016 Olympics in Rio. And finally batsman Virat Kohl has made history by becoming the first man to hit three centuries in his first three innings as India captain against Australia.

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Ched Evans
Cricket
Football
Steven Gerrard
Cycling

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