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RUFC - Owner in London Meetings

RUFC - Owner in London Meetings

Rotherham United owner, Tony Stewart, is in London today in hopes of persuading the League to go easy when dishing out the minus points.

The Star says that the club have spoken to local MP, Kevin Barron about the situation too.

But, the club are bracing themselves for a heavy points penalty after failing to exit administration through a CVA with League Chairman, Brian Mawhinney determined to take a hard line with clubs that fall into administration. If what the league gave Luton is anything to go by, the Millers could be looking at starting the season on minus twenty points.




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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday July 22 2008
Time: 3:19PM

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I think that is the new yardstick, bournemouth too will find the same i believe.
C T E
22/07/2008 18:02:00
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I hope you are wrong . Luton where hit so harshly because they had been in admin 3 times in the past 10 yrs . I think the FL & FA have had enough of what being going on down there. I hope yourselves and ourselves ( Bournemouth ) are not tarnished with the same brush. I hope we see something like -15 points or less.
leaprobe
22/07/2008 20:14:00
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Sorry, don't wish to offend and it's not what i'd prefer. but, you are already serial offenders, that is why i think the above.
C T E
22/07/2008 21:17:00
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If they offer us -15 I think we should bite their hands off tbh. I really think it will be more like -20 and a warning
herringthorpe
22/07/2008 22:44:00
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