The court has yet to publish a charge sheet or other information about its alleged crime.
Police, Collingwood and the AFL Integrity Unit investigated the incident in 2018, but Mr De Goey was not charged until that year.
Another man, also 24, was charged and his case was adjourned on Friday without appearing in court. He has no connection with Collingwood.
Mr De Goey has not resigned from his club or the AFL following his indictment, but missed a large portion of the season after sustaining a finger injury in the Magpies’ win over Geelong in mid-July. He returned to play the final four games of the season.
Mr De Goey is out of contract and Collingwood has yet to re-sign it. Delaying his trial makes a possible trade in another case difficult, as rival clubs – and the Magpies – are unlikely to know the strength of the police process of the player until brief evidence is served on his attorneys.
Mr De Goey will be tried in March for unrelated driving offenses.
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