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:

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 in action for Wednesday. (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images)

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.

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