NOT everyone is impressed with the increasing emergence of new fan-owned Pêl-Droed Bangor 1876 Football Club.

Bangor City chairman Stephen Vaughan Jnr took to Twitter to outline his confidence that his newly formed squad would make light work of their city rivals should a fixture between the two ever come to pass.

In a spat with an account with the name “Spirit of ‘62” Vaughan Jnr stated that they should “come and play us (Bangor City)” and it would be a “7-0 job”.

The comment sparked a huge reaction on the social media site, which further highlights the friction between Vaughan Jnr and those that have disowned the storied club due to their disillusionment with his stewardship.

It has been a busy summer for both organisations for very different reasons, with Citizens’ officials scheduled for another date with Football Association of Wales officials on Monday to finally get a defined outcome in their 42-point deduction appeal, which was nullified by the governing body on Tuesday.

Despite not having a first team manager in place, director of football Max Leghissa has acquired the services of a number of players that have experience across the continent, with the new arrivals coming in on a non-contract basis due to the current transfer embargo that is in place until the January transfer window.

Momentum regarding the Supporters’ Trust side has gathered significant pace during the last 24 hours, with Mel Jones confirmed as the manager to lead them during their first ever season in a competitive environment.

They will be looking for instant success in the Gwynedd League and also secured the services of physical striker Les Davies and experienced defender Michael Johnston, who enjoyed a trophy-laden spell at Bangor City under a previous regime.

Their arrivals are a huge statement of intent from the fledgling community movement, who will travel to fellow supporter-owned club FC United of Manchester next month for their first ever fixture.