DStv Premiership side Swallows FC has confirmed that their transfer ban has been lifted and players who have been affected will get registered.
Swallows have not been able to do any business in the market recently, due to the fact that they were banned by Fifa for monies owed to former players Obren Cuckovic and Vladimir Mandic.
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The Slovenians took Swallows to world governing body Fifa, for breach of contract and won the case, putting the Dube Birds in trouble and, effectively, getting banned.
The non-payment emanated from the Moroka Swallows franchise and was inherited by the current owners.
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This meant that they were unable to sign new players for a certain period. Some of the players who were affected by the ban are Evans Rusike, Daniel Gozar and Promise Mkhuma. Daniel Akpeyi was training with the Dube Birds and it remains to be seen if he will be signed by the club. Ally Msengi and David Ulomi were previously not able to be registered due to the ban.
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In a statement released on Friday, Swallows said, "The outstanding matter with Fifa has been resolved. The ban is lifted. Players that were affected by the ban will now be registered.
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