There will be an inquest into the death of former Cardiff City footballer Peter Whittingham, the coroner's office has confirmed.
Whittingham died on 20 March aged 35 after suffering a head injury.
The ex-Aston Villa midfielder had been in hospital in Cardiff for more than a week after suffering the injury in what South Wales Police called an "accidental fall" in a pub in Barry.
The inquest is scheduled to begin in March 2021.
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Whittingham started his career at Villa, where he played more than 50 league games and won 17 England Under-21 caps.
He joined Cardiff for £350,000 in 2007 and established himself as a club legend with 459 appearances and 98 goals before leaving in 2017.