Former Republic of Ireland international Anthony Stokes has appeared in court on drugs offences.
The 34-year-old former Premier League footballer is also facing a number of dangerous driving charges.
All ten of the offences faced by Anthony Stokes are alleged to have happened on the 6th of last month.
He is facing one charge of having cocaine in his possession for sale or supply on that date.
The dangerous driving offences are alleged to have taken place in a number of Dublin locations, including Walkinstown Avenue, the junction where it meets the Long Mile Road, Kennelsfort Road Upper, and Knockmaroon Rd in Castleknock.
Mr Stokes, who has had spells with Arsenal, Sunderland, Celtic and Blackburn Rovers and was capped nine times by the Republic of Ireland, is also accused of driving without a licence or insurance and of failing to produce those documents as required by law.
His solicitor objected to a Garda request for a number and address to be provided as part of his bail conditions. The judge refused to impose such conditions.
Main image is a file photo of Anthony Stokes.