Bolton, Fulham & Nottingham Forest given transfer embargoes
Championship sides Bolton, Fulham and Nottingham Forest are under a transfer embargo for the rest of the season after breaching Football League rules in 2014-15.
Fulham and Forest both exceeded Financial Fair Play limits of permitted maximum losses of 6m for a season.
Bolton failed to submit their required accounts and are unable make transfers until they comply with FFP obligations.
Premier League Bournemouth face a fine after also exceeding the permitted sum.
The Cherries were promoted to the top flight after winning the Championship last season.
Millwall also exceeded the allowance but have not been punished after they were relegated to League One.