No, “RedCafe” didn’t.
If i may shoot in here. The expression really is "The buck stops here" or "The buck stops with the President" and was said by some american house politician regarding decisions having to be made during WW2. It was aimed at either FDR or TrumanIt definitely did.
Also, the expression really means passing on blame/responsibility to someone else. So if Ole had blamed Ed/the ref for something, he would be "passing the buck". Of course the manager carries the can, but its not some universal truth and no single person is responsible for everything