Saturday's clash at The Valley between Charlton and Hartlepool has been called off.
Frost covers, which had been on the pitch since New Year's Day were not able to prevent the surface freezing and the club announced on Thursday morning that the game would be postponed.
If you didn't resolve to get out more in the New Year then maybe you should have.
Whatever your taste in entertainment, there is plenty to look forward to in the coming months. To make it that little bit easier, we have dug out a few of the highlights for you.
Last Sunday's FA Cup defeat at the hands of Arsenal might have left plenty of fans dispirited but two young players hope it was the start of lengthy runs in the first team.
Striker Frank Nouble and left-back Fabio Daprela made impressive full debuts for the Hammers and both youngsters are keen for more.
For Dan Bourke, being back from work is a jagged little pill to swallow
Being off work was, like... Like, after the end of civilization, resurgent trees growing up through old motorways.
Being back in work is, like...Like going to see a film and, on leaving the cinema, finding out you still live in Canada Water.
Angela Clarke debates the evil of round robin printouts
By the time this goes to print the first week of January will be underway.
Once more we will be enjoying the continuous cycle of commute, work, commute, work. Any residual holiday relaxation will have disappeared into the dustbin along with the drooping Christmas tree. And so another year begins.
By Jim Fitzpatrick
Happy New Year and all the best for 2010. This is my first week back after the Christmas break and my operation. Thanks to everyone who sent get well wishes.
I'm only doing part-time this week, but have made a good start back, and my team has dealt with most of the business while I've been absent.
Millwall have bolstered their squad with a one month loan deal for Ipswich midfielder Liam Trotter.
The 21-year-old signed for the Lions yesterday and will be in the squad for Saturday's trip to Carlisle - if it goes ahead.
Speculation that JP Morgan will abandon its move to Canary Wharf because of the bonus tax is incorrect.
The future of the bank's Riverside South headquarters, currently under construction, was reported to be in doubt after a phone call last month between JP Morgan chief executive Jamie Dimon and Alistair Darling.
Phil Parkinson has ruled out a move for Vincent Pericard in the transfer window but said the club are keeping tabs on Tottenham winger Andros Townsend.
However, the Charlton boss added that while he is working on adding new faces to his promotion-chasing side he has a wait to find out what finances are available first.
Greenwich has been granted royal borough status although it will have to wait two years to officially use the title.
The title, which will take effect from 2012, was conferred by the Queen to recognise the close and historic links between Greenwich and royalty.