Fans have paid tribute to former Notts County forward, Tony Hateley, outside Meadow Lane.
The former footballer died aged 72 on 1st February 2014.
He also played for other Midlands based clubs Birmingham City, Coventry City and Aston Villa.
Coventry City have announced a new signing. Jordan Stewart has expressed his delight at the signing and hopes his experience at the club can help to achieve promotion from League One.
The 30-year-old has signed until the end of the season with City. He left Notts County in January.
"I am really happy to sign for City as being from the Midlands and playing against Coventry in youth sides, you always knew this was a massive club.
"Obviously, at the minute, the club isn't where it should be but I hope to be part of the team which can turn that around."
The football match between Notts County and Rotherham United that was cancelled tonight has been provisionally rescheduled for Tuesday 18th December 2012.
It was cancelled earlier tonight because officials at Notts County decided the pitch was too frozen.
Officials at Notts County have called off their game, at home, against Rotherham tonight as the pitch is frozen.
Notts County Football Club has signed Enoch Showunmi as its first summer signing.
The 6ft 5ins attacker transferres from Tranmere Rovers to join Notts on a two-year deal having completing his medical this afternoon.
The Nigerian born, 30-year-old started his career at Luton Town in 2003, where he scored 15 goals across three seasons.
The powerful attacker scored 17 goals during 79 appearances for Tranmere Rovers.