By Rahman Osman
Berekum Chelsea General Manager Nana Oduro Sarfo and Medeama owner Moses Parker have resolved their differences after a crunch meeting on Wednesday morning.
Sarfo, who donated assorted energy drinks to Medeama before their Confederation Cup playoff return leg against AC Leopards, was accused for the Tarkwa-based sideâ€™s failure to qualify to the Group stage.
Medeama beat the Congolese side AC Leopards 2-0 in regulation time to push tie to penalty shootout only to lose 5-3 on penalties.
The two football administrators involved in a war of words and Sarfo threatened to go to court to clear his name.
But GHANASoccernet.com can confirm that the two men have decided to smoke the peace pipe.
"We have this morning (Wednesday) resolved our differences so I am letting sleeping dogs lie," Sarfo told GHANASoccernet.com.
"The issue was resolved in the presence of certain big personalities in Ghana football and for the sake of Ghana football which is greater than us all we have decided to close the chapter on this issue."