Fans of FC United of Manchester will turn their backs on a potential money-spinning showdown with Manchester United should the FA Cup giantkillers reach the third round.
FC United stunned League One Rochdale last week and are now just one step away from the third round - where they could face the club they grew so disillusioned with.
The club was set up by fans enraged at the Glazer takeover at United in 2005 and manager Karl Marginson, who masterminded the win over Rochdale last Friday, expects fans will boycott a trip to Old Trafford if they were drawn against Sir Alex Ferguson's men.
"I don't know if it would be a dream or a nightmare," Marginson said.
"If we were to get them, then a lot of supporters wouldn't go because they don't want to help clear Malcolm Glazer's debt.
"A lot of our fans will see it like that. They still look at United results and they still have a place in the hearts of our fans but what our supporters have withdrawn is their financial support for their old club."