Ghana legend Abedi Pele has twisted the knife even further into the Ghana Football Association for the standoff between them and his two sons.
The three-time legend insists the GFA is to be blamed for the decision by his sons to withdraw from the Black Stars.
"I always believe that they are grown up children, 23 and 21. Well, they've lived in Europe for the past 23 years so for me this is an opportunity for them to take things on their own," Abedi exclusively told Joy Sports Kwame Dwomoh Agyemang.
"But occasionally, father and mother will always chip in a word or two but for the moment, the children are doing the right thing.
"It is their decision and we just have to support them.
"Everybody there is a friend. Kwesi Appiah, I have played with him but if you have a friend who has disappointed you, what do you do?,"
Andre and Jordan have been in the news after temporarily quitting the Black Stars citing reasons of victimization and unfair treatment, following their exclusion from Ghana's squad to the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.
The Ghana FA urged the Olympique Marseille duo to reconsider their decision and make an immediate return for this month's 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier against
But the two players want some more time for the wounds to heal.