Yorkshire news Sheffield Wednesday have been hit with another transfer embargo PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Owls, who trounced Cardiff City 5-0 at Hillsborough last night, are confident the ban will removed and have no impact on transfer activity in the summer window.

Yorkshire news Sheffield Wednesday have been hit with another transfer embargo PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Owls, who trounced Cardiff City 5-0 at Hillsborough last night, are confident the ban will removed and have no impact on transfer activity in the summer window.

Yorkshire news  Sheffield Wednesday have been hit with another transfer embargo PremierLeague-News.Com
06 April 2021 - 09:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Sheffield Wednesday have been placed under a transfer embargo by the English Football League due to the late filing of their 2019/20 accounts. It has emerged the Owls, who thrashed Cardiff City 5-0 at Hillsborough last night to keep their survival hopes alive, are subject to a registration ban among a raft of Championship clubs last month. A report in the Daily Mail claims the other clubs in question were Birmingham City, Blackburn Rovers, Cardiff City, Coventry City, Derby County, Huddersfield Town, Luton Town, Reading and Stoke City. Huddersfield are said to no longer be under an embargo while Stoke are expected soon to follow suit. Yorkshire Live understands the Owls are confident the ban will be removed and have no impact on transfer activity in the summer window. It is thought the reason behind the embargo is that their accounts for the 2019/20 season have yet to be submitted after they were in turn delayed by the submission of the 2018/19 accounts and the ensuing disciplinary process that followed the club's points deduction appeal. Wednesday handed trials to free agents Danny Simpson and Ravel Morrison in March but passed up the opportunity to sign the experienced pair. Right-back Simpson has since moved to Bristol City while attacking midfielder Morrison remains without a club.

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. They were unable to do any business in the summer of 2018 when Jos Luhukay was in charge and struggled to get deals over the lines the year later under Steve Bruce. Coventry, Wednesday's relegation rivals, have issued a statement confirming the transfer embargo while explaining they had take a Government option to file company accounts with a three month delay. Read More Related Articles Barry Bannan's epic display in Cardiff rout breathes new life into Sheffield Wednesday's season Read More Related Articles Every word Jamie Smith said on Cardiff City demolition job, Barry Bannan and Darren Moore “It’s disappointing that the EFL have chosen to do this,” Coventry City Chief Executive Dave Boddy said in the statement. “The Government has allowed companies to extend the deadline to file accounts and we chose to do this, extending from the end of February to the end of May. “It’s ridiculous that the EFL's regulations on this do not replicate this approach that the Government has taken, especially when they have amended other rules of their during the pandemic. ”The EFL’s imposition of this does not have any effect on us, but it is disappointing nonetheless that they have taken this approach to take action against Clubs who are simply doing what the Government is allowing us to do.” Read More Related Articles 'Leaving Sheffield Wednesday was a culture shock' - Ex-Owls' youngster tipped for EFL return Read More Related Articles Sheffield Wednesday player ratings: Barry Bannan and Adam Reach star in rampant Cardiff City win

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