Date: 14th January 2009 at 9:54pm
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Chester City manager Mark Wright is praying the Football League will lift their transfer embargo on The Blues PDQ.

The embargo has been in place since June, when the Professional Footballer Association claimed some players at the Deva Stadium had not been paid.

‘There’s still an embargo on the club,’ Wright confirmed after Tuesday’s match against Luton Town at the Deva Stadium.

‘We’re meeting on Thursday with the chairman and board to look through it. If we can turn it round, that’s great.’

‘The players that we’ve highlighted that we want in, and that we could get in, are real good players,’ Wright explained.

‘We need someone that can hold the ball up top and make it stick so we can get around teams.

‘At this moment in time that is not really happening. The ball is coming back too quickly.’