Derby County has defended the decision to postpone its match against Cardiff City on Sunday due to the snow.
The announcement was much to the anger of many Bluebirds fans with some 2,500 people travelling more than 130 miles for the fixture.
Neil Warnock, Cardiff's manager responded claiming 'foul play' was involved hinting at an injury crisis within the Derby camp.
Derby County said they 'fully complied' with regulations surrounding the postponement of the game.
A new date for the game is yet to be announced.