Rotherham accept capital injection as coronavirus piles on financial pressure

27 May 2020

RUFC
Photo: PA Images Rotherham recorded a pre-tax profit of £2.7 million last season.

The League One club have been allotted two million shares at £1 each.

Rotherham recorded a pre-tax profit of £2.7 million last season.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Rotherham have been provided with a capital injection of £2 million, according to a filing at Companies House, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to leave football clubs without their primary sources of income.

Lower-league clubs are being hit especially hard in terms of cash flow due to currently going without matchday income, on which they are heavily reliant, but many were prior to the crisis already in a financially unstable position.

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