As people are aware the Millers are reportedly still to lose in the region of £600,000 for this financial year. With this in mind Millers chairman Dennis Coleman is actively seeking new investors to help take the club forward. The clubs huge debt was wiped out and a drastic cost cutting exercise was undertaken.
The club feels that the time is right for them to approach potential new investors now that the club is in a better financial position.
In my opinion any new money coming into Rotherham United at this time would be of great benefit to the club. Hopefully some of this potential new money would go to the manager Alan Knill for him to be able to at least keep the current squad together or maybe strengthen it.
At the same time the club is still in talks with RMBC and the Booth family over the purchase of the football ground.
The club still remains in a delicate financial position, but with some luck things may be looking up for the Millers.