Bechem United will launch legal action against Aduana Stars for alleged tapping of their ex coach Miroslav Bogdanic.
The Premier League re-entrants have accused their regional neighbours for speaking to their coach without authorization.
Bogdanovic was spotted shopping for a new mobile phone with Aduanaâ€™s Operations Manager George Gyawu.
This sparked some sort of media investigations â€“ resulting in the revelation that Bogdanovic has agreed to become the permanent replacement of J.E Sarpong.
Bechem have since announced the sacking of their Serbian trainer but will be reporting Aduana to the Ghana FA.
â€œAduana Stars did not officially inform us about their interest in our coach,â€ Bechem United Chief Executive Kingsley Osei Bonsu told Metro FM.
â€œThey [Aduana] showed us no respect in this regard.
â€œThis setback will however not put us down. We will go all lengths to prove to all and sundry that we are a strong team.
â€œI must however say that we will take on any person who speaks [spoke] to our manager without contacting us officially.â€