The sudden resignation of Coach Ratomir Dujkovic is set to spark severe implications for the Serbian with respect to the contract he signed with the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
The former Rwandan Coach resigned last weekend citing health problems as his chief reason.
Though it was not officially stated, there are reports that the immense media criticism he received after the Nations Cup forced him to leave the country.
Coach Doya is set to forfeit a three-month salary following the premature termination of the contract due to expire in December.
Reports reaching CITI SPORTS indicate that aside the three-month salary, there are other legal implications that might confront the Coach.
GFA Vice President, Mr Fred Pappoe, in an interview with CITI SPORTS sated that Doya was made aware of the implications, but still maintained his decision to resign.
"It was indicated to him the implications of the premature termination, but he wouldn't budge.
"As it is now, he will face the implications of whatever it is that his actions have warranted", he stressed.
Meanwhile, it has come to light that the GFA owes the Coach an amount of $100,000 and will therefore deduct the three-month salary from it and hand over the balance to the tactician, who is on his way to becoming the substantive Coach of the Serbia national team.