Bristol Rovers supervisor Joey Barton has been charged with attack by beating after a woman received a head injury, authorities have said.The previous Premier League footballer, 38, is because of appear at Wimbledon Magistrates Court on Monday.In a statement, Metropolitan Police stated the charge associates with an occurrence which occurred at a home in Kew, southwest London, on 2 June.”Joseph Barton, of Widnes, is because of appear on bail on Monday 26 July at Wimbledon Magistrates Court charged with assault by beating,” a spokesperson for the force stated.”The charge associates with an event which took location at a home in Kew on Wednesday 2 June in which a female got a head injury. London Ambulance Service did not participate in.”They added: “A 38-year-old man was detained on 2 June, bailed pending more queries, and subsequently charged.”Barton emerged for Manchester City and Newcastle United throughout his career– in addition to once for England in a friendly versus Spain in 2007– however retired from playing in 2018. He ended up being supervisor of League One side Fleetwood Town the same year, prior to taking control of League Two club Bristol Rovers in February 2021. The Independent has tried to get in touch with Bristol Rovers for remark. The club has up until now remained quiet on the charge.