The teenager whose attack left Cumbrian footballer Danny Hodgson with life-changing injuries has appeared in court charged with another assault.

The 19-year-old is now accused of robbing a shop, punching a woman in the face as she tried to stop him from leaving and also being involved in a riot whilst in prison.

The man, who cannot be named because of his age (17) when he attacked west Cumbrian Danny in September 2021, appeared on a video link in Perth Magistrates' Court in Western Australia.

He is alleged to have robbed a BWS bottle shop in Geraldton, and then punched a woman in the face.

The alleged involvement in a riot came in May this year, meanwhile.

The teenager was arrested in September.

The court, though, also heard that the 19-year-old planned to make a bid for bail next week, and was waiting on support letters before attempting to secure his release, according to a report in The West Australian.

The teenager was last year jailed for three years and eight months for the attack on Danny Hodgson and other violent attacks while on bail.

It later emerged he had been released by the Supervised Release Review Board, before the now 19-year-old was back in jail on further criminal charges.

Danny was left fighting for his life after the one-punch attack.

The former Carlisle United youth player, now 28, made a courageous recovery but still requires round the clock care.

Danny’s father Peter was recently granted a visa to stay in Australia permanently with his son.

A charity golf day, meanwhile, is being organised to support the young Cumbrian.

December 15 will see Joondalup Resort host the event which will raise money to support Danny in his continued recovery.

The golf day is being supported by the Stop The Coward Punch campaign, which aims to educate people about the risks of one-punch attacks.