Curtis on bail to stand trial

Last updated : 16 January 2002 By Brian Cartlidge
Woodhouse sees red at Millwall
Woodhouse was released on bail to stand trial with two other men.

Midfielder Woodhouse, was arrested after an incident in Cardiff last February after Blues had lost in the Worthington Cup final to Liverpool, a game in which he did not play because he was cup-tied.

He appeared before Cardiff magistrates with two others, both 22 and from Driffield, East Yorkshire.

All three are charged with affray.

Woodhouse travelled to Cardiff magistrates after playing for Blues in the Division One match at Millwall.

He was sent off in the second half of the match within three minutes of coming on as a sub. for a reckless tackle.

Blues boss Steve Bruce wants the referee to overturn his decision to show him a red card claiming Woodhouse was innocent.

In court he spoke only to confirm his name and address.

All three men were released on bail to appear in Cardiff Crown Court on 4 February.