Bojan Hodak will travel to a new club after confirming his decision to leave Kelantan, and he'll be replaced by former Perak head coach Steve Darby.
Bojan Hodak, who will leave Kelantan for next season has been replaced by Englishman Steve Darby as Kelantan’s head coach.
According to Kelantan’s Football Association (KAFA) advisor, Tan Sri Annuar Musa, the former Perak head coach has agreed to sign a contract with the Red Warriors for two years and will start his new job on November 15.
On his Facebook, Annuar wrote: "Thank you, especially to Bojan for his service.
"We respect his decision to go somewhere else and I understand the decision.
"We will reveal the squad for 2014 really soon."Hodak, who was appointed as Kelantan’s head coach in March 2012, has confirmed that he will have a fresh start somewhere else next season, but has yet to reveal where.
Steve Darby has bags of experience including head coaching spells with Bahrain, Thailand, Olympic FC, Johor and Mohun Bagan.
Commenting on the Malaysia Cup final, Annuar added that he was satisfied with the players’ achievements this season, but could not hide his disappointment of not winning the final against Pahang.