Aston Villa's rivals move to pay tribute to Sir Doug Ellis after club legend's death

Tributes have poured in from Aston Villa's rivals after the club's former chairman Sir Doug Ellis died aged 94.
Ellis had two spells as Villa chairman, firstly between 1968 and 1975, then from 1982 until 2006 when the club was sold to Randy Lerner.
He became a life president of the club and was knighted for his charity work in March 2012.
He was nicknamed "Deadly Doug" by Jimmy Greaves for his numerous sackings of various managers at Villa Park.
Ellis was chairman for 14 managers at the club in all.
Wolves wrote on Twitter: "Everyone at Wolves is saddened to hear about the... read more

 
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