A few days ago, Leicester City launched a shirt vote to ask what their supporters want on the front of the club's 125th anniversary shirt.
It emerged that fans of Coventry City, Nottingham Forest and Derby County are trying to sabotage Leicester City's 09/10 shirt vote, by voting for what they believe is the worst shirt.
City bosses have assured the Leicester City supporters that a system is in place to stop any sabotage of the voting.
A City spokesman said: "We've got a voting system in place that we're confident gives a true reflection of the shirt that Leicester City supporters will want the side to wear next season."
Cliff Ginnetta, Leicester City Supporters' Club chairman, described the saboteurs as "saddos."
Ginnetta said: "I think the vast majority of Leicester City fans won't pay any attention.
"They (the club) do this in good faith and it just gets messy. It's a shame.
"I don't know why they put it on the website, though. I would have thought the way would be to pick up a form on match days."
Gary Lineker -one of the Foxes' most famous footballing sons - yesterday welcomed the decision to give fans the chance to choose what goes on the front of Leicester City's shirts.
Lineker said: "I guess a lot of people might think I would like to see Walkers Crisps on the shirt again !!
"But, for me, this is a great idea and a great way to give something back to the fans to reward them for their fantastic support.