Date: 15th May 2008 at 9:26am
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Rotherham United went into Administration in November under the Chairmanship of Denis Coleman and were docked ten points which, some believe, killed off the chance of a place in the play-offs or even automatic promotion.

The Star reveals today that owner in waiting, Tony Stewart, and Chief Operating Officer, Paul Douglas have been having talks about the ways and means that the Millers can tackle exiting administration without having to start next season on minus fifteen points.

The Football League have already said that Luton Town will begin next season on minus fifteen after failing to exit administration through a Company Voluntary Arrangment last month.

Let’s hope the talks go well and that we can start next season on an even footing with most of the teams in League Two.