Former English Defence League pioneer Tommy Robinson has appeared in court because of his legal battle to prevent being banned from England football matches.
The actual name of robinson, whose, confirmed his nationality and his particulars as he seemed at Luton Magistrates’ Court.
He was caught on camera swinging at a guy who had been knocked into the floor ahead of England’s 3-1 defeat to the Netherlands at the Nations League semi-final.
Bedfordshire Police are currently working in an attempt to hand him a football. The arrangement would see him banned from attending abroad and England games in the united kingdom.
After the incident in Portugal, widely circulated media, Robinson claimed he acted in self-defence.
The case is currently looking for a banning order under the Football Spectators Act 1989.
The case was adjourned until January 17 and the hearing had been set for March 24.
District Judge Leigh Smith told Robinson:”I am going to adjourn this issue to January 17 when you may appear before court for a further case management hearing.
“You aren’t the topic of criminal proceeding. There’s absolutely not any issue of bond. You are free to proceed.”

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