HUDDERSFIELD TOWN manager Simon Grayson says it will be business as usual for Adam Hammill in the build-up to his court appearance later this month.
The 24-year-old midfielder, who is on loan from Wolves, is due to appear at Liverpool Magistrates Court on Monday, November 12. He was arrested in Liverpool after Town’s match at Birmingham City on October 6 and is alleged to have assaulted two female paramedics in an incident in the city centre shortly before 4am the following day.
Former England Under 21 player Hammill, of Bootle, has been charged with two counts of assault under Section 39 and granted police bail. "Adam has played since and he will continue to be considered for selection," said Grayson, whose side host Bristol City in a Championship match on Saturday.
"As a club we have co-operated fully with all the relevant parties. Adam has this charge hanging over him and he knows that if he has done wrong, he will be punished. "In the meantime, he will continue to work and play for Huddersfield Town."