FOREST Green chairman Dale Vince has taken a cheeky pot-shot at Ken Anderson by selling T-shirts in support of his exit as Bolton owner.

A war of words broke out between the two men on Monday over the collapse of Christian Doidge’s move to the University of Bolton Stadium.

Vince had already offered Wanderers fans a free pint if they came to watch Doidge in action against Bury on Saturday, January 19 at the New Lawn Stadium.

The Rovers chief has now advertised T-shirts bearing the slogan “No Ken Do” priced at £10, the proceeds of which will be given to the Bolton Wanderers Supporters’ Trust.

The offer is available on the Forest Green website, and includes a £4 shipping price, but T-shirts will also be on sale for those visiting the Bury game.

Vince says he has been overwhelmed by the show of support from Bolton fans since he went public with his comments against Anderson’s conduct in negotiations over Doidge.

“It must be very hard to see your club’s name dragged through the mud,” he told The Bolton News. “I certainly wish Bolton’s supporters the very best for the future.”

Anderson insists Bolton’s chances of signing Doidge – who previously had a three-year deal lined-up – have not completely disappeared. Vince, however, says there is “zero chance” of the move going ahead.

Wanderers remain under a registration embargo but have been instructed by the EFL what they need to do to clear the restrictions.