Fawaz Al-Hasawi has positive news for Nottingham Forest fans on Twitter

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Nottingham Forest have endured yet another disappointing season in the Championship.

Nottingham Forest chairman Fawaz Al-Hasawi has revealed on social networking site Twitter that the current embargo on the club will be lifted.

Forest are currently under a transfer embargo, but Al-Hasawi has claimed that the Football League will lift it at the end of the season.

This will come as great news for the club’s fans, as it will mean that the Reds will be able to make good signings in the summer transfer window.

Forest were placed under transfer embargo for exceeding Financial Fair Play limits of permitted maximum losses of £6 million for a season, as reported by BBC Sport.

For the Reds to have the embargo lifted, they needed to prove that they stayed within an operating loss of no more than £3m, with a maximum of £3m of shareholder investment for the 2015-16 season.

It seems that Forest have been able to fulfil the criteria, as Al-Hasawi has revealed on Twitter that the Football League will lift the embargo at the end of the season.

Forest are 17th in the Championship table at the moment with 52 points from 45 matches. It has been yet another disappointing season for Forest, but perhaps the 2016-17 campaign will be better.

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