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Ms Mitchell said a photograph was taken at the time and Mr Waugh was identified.

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An application for a Civil Football Banning Order was made on that basis.

Nick Ayres, defending, said the banning order will be contested, saying that Mr Waugh has not been charged or even spoken to by the police about the alleged assault.

Peter Charlton, chairman of the bench, adjourned the case until 2pm on August 29 and granted conditional bail in the meantime.

Mr Waugh must surrender his passport and not attend any regulated football matches until then, the court ordered.

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