Date: 4th July 2008 at 9:02am
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Rotherham United fans will have to keep their fingers crossed a little longer hoping the club will start on equal footing with most of the teams in League Two next season.

The Millers are striving to get out of administration by a CVA in order to comply with league rules but need the Inland Revenue, who are the major creditors, to agree.

With a meeting being cancelled last week because the creditors wanted more information and the application to move grounds being sent later than expected to the Football League, things seem to be dragging on and on.

According to The Advertiser the executive committee of the Football League are expected to meet next week to discuss the Millers plight.