Stewart due to meet with League reps

Last updated : 02 July 2008 By Deano
The Millers still have to exit administration via a CVA, and thus retain their league share to enable them to compete and start life at Don Valley in August.

Stewart told today's Star that he's in a positive frame of mind ahead of further talks, explaining: "We want to make sure everything is transparent and I am happy things are coming together". Following meetings with HMRC (Inland Revenue) last Friday, the club's main creditors, Tony continued: "We are working towards an agreement with all parties and the London visit is all part of the process. I hope that the CVA issue can be sorted this week and we can take the next step."

Meanwhile the club's season ticket sales have broken the 2,000 barrier at this early stage of the week, which Stewart has embraced with open arms.
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