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Second signing ban for Bury

League One club Bury have confirmed they have been hit with a second transfer embargo.

Last Updated: 22/02/13 at 16:54 Post Comment

Bury in action at Gigg Lane

Bury in action at Gigg Lane

The development comes after the Gigg Lane outfit received another loan from the Professional Footballers Association this week.

Commercial director David Manchester confirmed the Shakers have been experiencing some cashflow problems

Manchester said: "I can confirm at the moment we are in a transfer embargo.

"We have received a temporary loan again from the PFA to see us through the next three months with our ongoing expenses.

"Like many businesses at the moment we have a temporary cashflow problem which we need help with in the short term."

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