Lee Bullen has poked fun at his fellow Sheffield Wednesday coach, Nicky Weaver, on Twitter.
A video circulated on the social media site showing Bullen scoring for the Owls against Manchester City in 2007.
Weaver, a former Wednesday player himself, was in goal for City that evening.
And Bullen wrote in response to the footage:
Big Nicky Weaver catching flies 🤣🤣 https://t.co/elq7uNmPcE
— Lee Bullen (@BullenFootball) October 10, 2019
Weaver did, however, come out on top the evening of that FA Cup third-round replay at the Etihad Stadium, as Darius Vassell restored Manchester City’s one-goal advantage within five minutes of Bullen’s leveller.
Stephen Ireland had given City a half-time lead against a Brian Laws-led Sheffield Wednesday.
Weaver played alongside Bullen in his first spell as a Wednesday player, which occurred before the night in question.
He later returned to Hillsborough after the Scot’s departure, but the pair were reunited as staff in September 2014.
Weaver, a lifelong Sheffield Wednesday supporter, was initially employed as academy goalkeeper coach before stepping up to first-team level after Andy Rhodes’ departure last summer.