How did I miss this - I have been semi away the last few days, but was this posted anywhere ?
Bristol Rovers may have shared Twerton Park for a decade, but Gas fans are not exactly enamoured with Bath City at the moment.
Rovers played at the Romans' ground between 1986 and 1996, following their departure from Eastville, and many Gas fans have a soft spot for the National League South side.
Yet a number acted with surprise, and anger on Friday, after the Romans unveiled a choice of away kits for next season that fans can vote for.
That's due to the fact that Bath have changed kit suppliers from Errea to Bristol Sport - the retail arm of the owners of Bristol City, Bristol Bears and Bristol Flyers.
It was an announcement that was met by a mixed reaction from Rovers supporters, as well as some followers of Bath, who pointed out a group of City fans were convicted of a devastating arson that took place at Twerton Park's main stand in September, 1990.
Dan Wright: Bristol Sport? Get in the bin lads.
Holmz: Bristol Sport? I used to like Bath City ...
Sam: Bristol Sport?? Horrific.
Mike Lee: Bristol f****** Sport? Having a laugh surely.
Jonathan: Bristol Sport?! That's my potential shirt purchase out the window...
Jay Collett: Bristol Sport is not a good move.
The idea was a result of Bath approaching Bristol Sport to manufacture their kit as chairman Jon Lansdown explains: "We’ve been manufacturing bespoke kits for our sporting group (Bristol City; Bristol Bears and Flyers) since 2014.
"Bath City approached us to see if we could work with them and we are pleased to be their official kit supplier for next season. We look forward to seeing the team wearing the kit for the forthcoming campaign."
There is no takeover in mind and no wider plan, as feared by elements of the Bath support, it is simply a case of Bristol Sport branching out from the teams owned by Steve Lansdown.
Bath and the Robins have had a close relationship recently, with a number of young players heading out on loan to Twerton Park. Recent seasons have seen the likes of Antoine Semenyo, Freddie Hinds and James Morton loaned from the Robins to Bath.
Bristol City's first signing of the summer was also to bring Bath Player of the Year Robbie Cundy to Ashton Gate on a two-year contract.
The announcement also led to many City fans delighted to see their club extending links with the local community, and rubbing salt into the wounds of the Gas.
Mitchyl Downs: Love the Gas getting wound up by this.
Ashley Gent: Love how they are rustling all the Gasheads with Bristol Sport, superb stuff.
James: Gas tears, City cheers.
Dave: Always had the Gas lot down as sound people but the state of some of these tantrums over who does the stitching of a non-league team. Absolute cringefest.
Bath fan Keith Leakey arguably gave the most considered viewpoint over the situation.
He said: "Five years ago i would have been really against anything to do with Bristol City, but times have moved on and sorry but they have helped us a fair bit in the last few years."