By George Stephens • 18 October 2019 • 17:36
The banning order would see Robinson, banned from attending all football matches in the UK and abroad for up to 5 years as well as having to report to a police station with his passport during an International away match.
Robinson claimed he was acting in self-defence but video footage that went viral clearly shows differently to those who have viewed the images.
The civil case is seeking a banning order under the Football Spectators Act 1989.
The case was adjourned until January 17 and the full hearing was set for March 24.
District Judge Leigh Smith told Robinson: “I am going to adjourn this matter to January 17 when you will appear before the court for a further case management hearing.
“You are not the subject of criminal proceedings. There is no issue of bail. You are free to go.”
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