TOWN player Lionel Ainsworth has been charged with affray by police in Nottingham.
Ainsworth, 21, of Heritage Exchange, Lindley, was one of several people charged in connection with incidents last week, which came seven weeks after the death of a young man in Nottingham.
The father of dead teenager Liam Munn has also been charged with affray.
Liam, 19, died after an incident outside the Halo nightclub in the early hours of January 18.
Karl Munn, 44, was charged following his arrest by police on Sunday.
Ainsworth - who was back at the Galpharm Stadium yesterday - was arrested at the weekend on suspicion of grievous bodily harm but has now been charged with a lesser offence. He was Liam Munn’s cousin.
The charges relate to an incident in Carlton, Nottingham, last Thursday.
Liam's brother Ryan Munn, 21, has also been charged with affray and released on police bail to appear at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on March 20.
A 22-year-old man arrested on Tuesday remained in police custody and a 20-year-old man was also questioned by officers.
Simeon Ferguson, 18, of Nottingham, has been charged with Liam's manslaughter and remanded in custody.