Rotherham United have confirmed they have gone into administration for a second time and the Millers will be hit with a 10-point deduction.
The League Two promotion-chasers confirmed a fortnight ago their notice of intention to appoint an administrator had been extended.
The initial deadline for the cash-strapped club had passed but the Millers were given until mid-March to try to find new investment.
Rotherham went in administration two summers ago and took the 10-point penalty.
They will be hit by the mandatory 10-point deduction which will see them drop from seventh to 12th, six points adrift of a play-off place.