Robert Page is set to oversee Wales in the World Cup play-offs after Ryan Giggs’s domestic violence case was postponed until August.
Giggs has been retired as Wales manager since November 2020 when he was arrested at his home in Manchester.
The former Manchester United midfielder has been charged with felony criminal mischief for firing on a sculpture with a shotgun, according to Flathead County, Washington.
He is also charged with assaulting Ms Greville for injuring her, and assaulting her sister, Emma Greville, at her home in Worsley, Greater Manchester, on November 1, 2020.
Giggs, 47, has denied the allegations and denied all charges.
His trial is set to begin next Monday in Manchester Crown Court but no court is available to hear the case and he has been remanded for seven months.
On Tuesday, Judge Hilary Manley stated: “It is unfortunate that it has been necessary to drop the case on the list.
“The reason is that no court can answer this case.
“Due to the increasing number of court cases due to the epidemic and the need for human contact, this is a daily occurrence for the courts.”
Chris Daw QC, Giggs’ representative, said: “I have told him what is going on and he is very upset about what is happening.
“He is grateful for the efforts made to fix the new first day.”
Giggs, who did not attend Tuesday, will be arraigned on August 8.
Page was appointed interim manager in Wales in November 2020 and led the Dragons to 16th place in the so-called European Championship.
The former Wales captain was also in charge of promotion to the Nations League, and said in November he had volunteered to do the job with Giggs continuing.
Speaking about his future before Wales secured a place at the World Cup, Page said: “I have the best job in the world. That’s all I have to say.
“I work with amazing players and I just take all the games as they come.
“I have been told that I am the superintendent and, until someone tells me more, I will be very dedicated to this work.”
Wales, who made his final appearance at the 1958 World Cup, played Austria in the semi-final at Cardiff on March 24.
The winners will be home to Ukraine or Scotland five days later to take part in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.