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Cardiff City’s transfer embargo lifted

Cardiff City claim their transfer embargo has been lifted just one day before the new Championship season begins.

The sanction was imposed on the Welsh club by the Football League in May as they had not paid a £1.3m PAYE to HM Revenue and Customs as well as other football related debts.

But it now seems manager Dave Jones can register his three summer signings ahead of their opening league match against Sheffield United on Sunday.

The Bluebirds should now be able to register goalkeeper Tom Heaton and loan midfield duo Jason Koumas and Danny Drinkwater with the Football League on Friday meaning they can play against the Blades.

However, Koumas is expected not to feature for a couple of weeks as he tries to get back to full fitness.

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