Exactly six years today, the Black Stars coach signed for a club in Saudi Arabia, after propelling Ghana to a quarter finals finish in the 2010 FIFA World Cup
However, Ghana FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi said his administration were not unaware at the time of the Serbian’s new move and were yet to hear from him concerning his seven-day grace period to sort out issues with his manager.
The news angered Rajevac’s manager Goran Milovanovic and threatened legal action against the 56-year-old gaffer.
“He jumped behind our back,” he told Joy Sports.
“He jumped behind his work because he [made a] promise to GFA, media, Ghanaians to government that he will sign a contract with GFA.
“If he signs for Saudi, he must pay the penalties in the contract,” he warned.
Five days after, the Ghana FA officially came out with the news regarding the coach's resignation.