Notts County has vowed to retain a zero tolerance policy on bullying amid a police investigation into allegations of racial abuse.
The Royal Mail has produced special stamps to celebrate Notts County's 150th anniversary.
Notts County will tonight hold a gala dinner to mark its 150th anniversary as the World's oldest football league club,
Portsmouth 0 - 2 Notts County
A pitch inspection will be carried out at 10:00 ahead of the Notts County game against Oldham Athletic.
In a statement on its website, Notts County said:
– Notts County statement
"Notts would like to thank the supporters that had made the long journey down to the south coast. It has been an incredibly frustrating day for all involved and we do obviously sympathise but this situation has been completely out of the club's control."
MATCH OFF - Waterlogged pitch.From @Official_NCFC on Twitter:
Notts County's match away to Portsmouth has been postponed because of a waterlogged pitch at Fratton Park.
Portsmouth has called an initial pitch inspection for 12.30pm but that proved inconclusive. With continuous heavy rain, another inspection at 1pm resulted in the match postponement.
Details of the rearranged date and time for the fixture will be released on Notts County's official site as soon as it is confirmed by both clubs.
Port Vale has signed Lee Hughes until the end of the season. He joins the club after leaving Notts County, and will play this Saturday against Gillingham.
He says he is excited to join a club steeped in football history, and is looking forward to helping them push for promotion.
Lee Hughes has left Notts County by mutual consent.
Hughes moved to Meadow Lane in 2009 and scored 66 goals in 146 appearances for the club in a spell which included winning the Coca-Cola League 2 Championship.
The ref has judged the pitch was unplayable. No further details.From @Official_NCFC on Twitter:
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Notts County's second round clash against Rotherham United has been re-scheduled after the match was postponed last night following a frozen pitch.
The magpies will now play Rotherham on Tuesday 18th December with a 7:45pm kick off.
Tickets that have been purchased in advance for the postponed game will still be valid for the rearranged fixture.
Anyone unable to make the new date will be able to gain a full refund by contacting the ticket office.