The assault trial of Newcastle United's Nile Ranger has been postponed to give barristers more time to review CCTV footage.
Ranger, 21, who lives at Forest Hall in North Tyneside, was due to go on trial at Newcastle Crown Court charged with assaulting two revellers and two police officers on a night out.
He denies assault and assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
The alleged incident took place in Newcastle city centre on August 27, 2011.
The trial was rescheduled for October. It is expected to last two to three days.
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