The three-times postponed FA Cup game between the Bulls and Lincoln is causing clubs a new financial headache.
Thanks to an FA rule of not paying out prize money until all ties in a particular round have been completed, the winners of the other ties are still awaiting their £27,000 prize.
The delay is adding to the problem of postponed games, as Leyton Orient chief executive Matt Porter told their local press: "The FA Cup run has helped mitigate the loss and we will not have to press the panic button, but the loss of three successive home games is almost unprecedented.
"The FA do not pay the money out until the second round is completed and there is still an outstanding fixture between Hereford United and Lincoln to be played, so no-one gets their cash until that tie has been played and the same applies to the television money.
"Our last home game in the league was back on November 20 and that big gap has hit our cash flow."
So it's not just the Bulls and Imps that want to get that game out of the way.