AFC Wimbledon fans were enraged when they saw a tiny article in the Bury programme last month.
The piece suggested MK Dons were hard done by, and of course, it curried no favour at Kingsmeadow.
It was an own goal of monumental proportions to extra grist to the mill for Dons and supporters heading north on Saturday for the second time in two weeks.
The acrimonious, contentious switch from the old Wimbledon FC to MK Dons in 2002 has never been forgotten - and never repeated.
AFC Wimbledon, as we know it today arose as a direct response to that relocation, and the two sets of fans have been bitter rivals ever since.
The following pic grab of the programme piece duly appeared on Twitter reading: “One cannot rewrite history and it is only fair to say that however acrimonious their beginnings MK Dons has evolved into a fine well-run football club with a wonderful stadium.’
It later conceded: “Many football fans still have misgivings about the club” – you think?
With Bury due to make the journey to Kingsmeadow for the reverse League One fixture on November 19, should Saturday’s tie need a replay the two teams will have met four times in a month.