Non-league side to give striker a route back in.
Ched Evans will be offered yet another route back into football, but this time by a club seven divisions outside of the professional league pyramid, according to The Sun.
Ashbrooke Belford House FC of The Wearside League are believed to be keen to offer the former Man City striker a chance to turn out for them.
Regularly playing in front of crowds of around 100, manager Asa Dobbing, a garage manager by trade, believes the opportunity would allow him the chance to show what he can do until a bigger team finally decides to make a move.
“Everybody deserves a second chance and if he wants to get back into football he can come and play for me,” Dobbing said.
“I have had an injury crisis with centre forwards and I’ve followed this case closely.
“I’ve spoken to fans and the majority are behind it.
“He could get himself in the shop window and let these clubs know what they are missing.”