Nottingham Forest, Bolton Wanderers and Fulham fans react on Twitter to transfer embargo

The three teams were all placed in FFP regulations for the rest of the season.

Merry Christmas one and all and to three teams in the Championship a lovey little Christmas present from the Football League.

Here is a transfer embargo to see you into the New Year.

Nottingham Forest, Fulham and Bolton Wanderers have been placed under the embargo after breaking Financial Fair Play rules.

Forest and Fulham exceeded their losses of £6 million for a season and Bolton did not provide their accounts in time.

All three teams will not be able to buy players for the duration of the season - but each club's set of fans reacted differently to the news.

Forest acted with all the esteem of embargo professionals. They were placed in an embargo ten days before Christmas last year along with Blackburn Rovers and Leeds United.

Most Forest fans knew they would remain under an embargo for the rest of the season anyway, but the sale of Michail Antonio in the summer should see them out of it in the summer.

Here is how Forest fans reacted...







Fulham fans however were much less pleased. They spent bags of money last season on purchases and wages but finished closer to the relegation zone than promotion. They now find themselves under an embargo and managerless, which has not sat well...








As for Bolton fans. Well times are hard for The Trotters but their famous humour is not lost. Bolton have no money anyway, so how did anyone expect them to buy a player in the first place.








Bournemouth and Millwall also breached the rules.

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