Peterborough manager Darren Ferguson and Barry Fry have held clear-the-air talks

Darren Ferguson: Peterborough manager was unhappy with Barry Fry's comments

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Peterborough have attempted to draw a line under the public row between manager Darren Ferguson and director of football Barry Fry.

Fry claimed in a radio interview that Ferguson had gone behind the club's back and held talks about becoming manager of Nottingham Forest.

Ferguson refuted those claims and went on to say that he did not like working with the Posh chief and believed he was trying to force him out of London Road.

Peterborough chief executive Bob Symns says the matter is now closed following clear-the-air talks.

A statement issued through the club read: "Following recent interviews given by the director of football and the football manager, personal opinions were given that were not sanctioned by Peterborough United Football Club Limited.

"It is always the intention of the board to conduct all football business in a professional and considered manner whereby content is deemed to be beneficial, factual and necessary.

"In light of the public exchanges, the club wishes it to be known that at a formal meeting, the situation was discussed with appropriate measures bringing closure to the matter."