Aston Villa and Wolves fans react to Keith Wyness tweet

Aston Villa's new signing John Terry, manager Steve Bruce and Chairman Keith Wyness during the press conference at Villa Park on July 3, 2017 in Birmingham, England.

Aston Villa CEO Keith Wyness has posted a mischievous tweet about Wolverhampton Wanderers on Twitter.

Aston Villa's new signing John Terry, manager Steve Bruce and Chairman Keith Wyness during the press conference at Villa Park on July 3, 2017 in Birmingham, England.

Aston Villa Chief Executive Officer Keith Wyness has made a rather mischievous post about Wolverhampton Wanderers on social networking site Twitter.

Wyness has shared a story on BBC Sport from May 2017 which is about Wolves dismissing Paul Lambert as their manager.

The report on BBC Sport also claimed that Nuno Espirito Santo was set to appointed the Wanderers boss - as he eventually was - and outlined the link between the Championship club and Portuguese agent Jorge Mendes.

Aston Villa's new signing John Terry, manager Steve Bruce and Chairman Keith Wyness during the press conference at Villa Park on July 3, 2017 in Birmingham, England.

According to The Express & Star, Championship trio Villa, Leeds United and Derby County are aggrieved at what they perceive to be unfair advantage to Wolves, with Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani public asking questions of Wolves on Twitter.

Villa CEO Wyness seems to stirred up the controversy surrounding Wolves and Mendes by posting the May 2017 report on BBC Sport, but fans of the Villans and Wolves supporters are not impressed, as the following posts on Twitter show.

Villa and Wolves will face each other at Villa Park in the Championship on Saturday evening.

A general view prior to the pre-season friendly match between Aston Villa and Watford at Villa Park on July 29, 2017 in Birmingham, England.

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