Date: 9th July 2008 at 9:39am
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Rotherham United will continue with talks that hopefully will take them out of administration.

The Administrator and solicitors will attempt to reach an acceptable settlement that will enable the club to get out of the administration process through a CVA and therefore hoping that they will not incur the minus fifteen points at the start of the season.

Speaking to The Star, owner,Tony Stewart said, ‘People have come through a lot of adversity at this club and we now want to see blue skies ahead and come out of administration.

‘With the talks continuing over the CVA we are doing the best we can. Things are looking better and Mark Robins is very upbeat about the playing prospects.’