A number of Bolton Wanderers fans are expected at the New Lawn for Forest Green's home game against Bury after Dale Vince revealed he is selling t-shirts in aid of Bolton Wanderers supporters trust. 

The t-shirt which says 'No Ken do' - a jibe at Bolton chairman Ken Anderson, is currently being sold online following Christian Doidge's return to Forest Green after the collapse of his proposed transfer to Wanderers. 

Vince's revealed the t-shirt on his Twitter account on Tuesday and has encouraged Bolton fans to come down to the New Lawn for the Bury game on Saturday, January 19 as Bolton aren't that day. 

Bolton fans have been loving Vince's reaction and judging by their reaction on social media, a number of their supporters are expected at the New Lawn. 

The t-shirt has proved popular already. 

One fan is planning on organising a coach to Forest Green from Bolton. 

Anderson has responded to Vince's accusations after he released a statement last night. 

He said: "I found the chairman of Forest Green Rovers Dale Vince’s media comments very disrespectful and misleading to say the least.

"Both he and I verbally agreed in August 2018 that the first instalment for Christian Doidge’s transfer would be paid as and when we received the January 2019 EFL distribution.

"This still remains the case despite his attempts to also try and bring an additional £250,000 payment forward to August 2019/January 2020 in addition to the already contracted £250,000 as well.

"This request was firmly rejected.

"For my part, I will not drop to the levels that he did in his various allegations to the press as I believe it will serve no practical purpose.

"The EFL statement is the best way forward as far as I am concerned.

"Regarding player registrations, the EFL agreed with us on Friday as to how we could register the three players for last weekend’s game against Walsall.

"As previously stated we are still hopeful of registering the three players and the manager has told me that having spoken to them all, the players want to stay with us. Hopefully, this will be achieved."