The Norwegian Football Association says it will take no action against Ghana international midfielder Anthony Annan over allegations that he bit an opponent during a league game.
Rosenborg midfielder Annan was accused of Â trying to nibble an opponent into submission this week following a war of words that descended into a bizarre exploration of Aalesund striker Tor Hogne Aaroy's anatomy.
The duo were involved in a few feisty exchanges during a 1-1 draw in the Norwegian Tippeligaen with Aaroy claiming he was bitten three times by Ghanaian international Annan when the referee wasn't looking.
Chairman of the Football Association's prosecuting committee, Egil AndrÃ© Berglund, says it will not be able to action over the incident becausse the television pictures over the allegation are inconclusive.
This means the Ghanaian will be available for their league match on Sunday against Lillestrom as they seek to retain in the Norwegian top flight league title.
Meanwhile, both players have apologised to each over the incident they said did not show fair play but Annan insists he was insulted by the Alesund player.
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