Swindon Town striker Nile Ranger is due to appear in court today charged with criminal damage.
He was arrested and charged last night at Gable Cross Police Station after an incident last week. The footballer is due at Swindon Magistrates Court.
Swindon Town striker Nile Ranger has been arrested after allegations that he assaulted a woman.
He reported to Gable Cross Police Station after Wiltshire detectives received CCTV footage of a man punching and slapping a woman after a night out in the town.
Swindon Town bosses have also been meeting today to discuss Ranger's future with the club. Last night they issued a statement saying they deplored any acts of violence.
The jury is expected to go out today to consider its verdict in the case of Swindon Town footballer Nile Ranger. The 22-year-old is accused of raping a woman in January last year in Newcastle, where he was playing at the time. He denies the charges.
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It's been a disappointing night for the West Country's football teams.
Both Bristol clubs have been knocked out of the FA Cup. Rovers lost their third round tie at Birmingham 3-0, while City went down 2-0 in their replay at Watford.
And in League One, Swindon Town were beaten 2-0 at bottom-of-the-table Stevenage.
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Swindon Town has announced that the club is under new ownership.
Its director of football, Lee Power has taken control from the consortium led by chairman, Jed McCrory, which bought the club earlier this year.
The buy-out by Swindon 20 Reds, the company set up by the former striker, has been approved by the football league.
A man arrested after an apparent attack on Leyton Orient goalkeeper Jamie Jones has been released on bail by police in Swindon. The 26 year-old from Newbury was held on suspicion of affray following Swindon Town's League One game on Saturday.
Jones' manager, Russell Slade, said although his player was unhurt, he was left angry by the incident - which he described as the worst he had seen since becoming a manager. Orient won the match 3-1.
The draw for the Area Semi-Finals of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy has been made.
The West's last remaining team in the competition, Swindon Town, have been drawn at home to Stevenage.
The match will be played in the second week of December.