Footballer Adam Hammill charged with assault

Adam Hammill Mr Hammill is on loan at Huddersfield Town

A footballer has been charged with assaulting a paramedic in Liverpool city centre.

Adam Hammill, 24, of Bootle, was arrested after an incident on Temple Court in the early hours of 7 October.

Merseyside Police said he has now been charged with two counts of assault and has been bailed to appear at Liverpool Magistrates Court on 12 November.

Mr Hammill is a Wolverhampton Wanderers player but is currently on loan at Huddersfield Town.

The former Liverpool FC trainee has also appeared internationally for England's Under-21 side.

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