Hodak to lead PSM Makassar's challenge
Kuala Lumpur: Indonesia's PSM Makassar have appointed Bojan Hodak as head coach.
Makassar, who will face Timor Leste's Lalenok United FC in the play-off stage of the 2020 AFC Cup, have signed a two-year contract with the vastly experienced Croatian.
A proven winner, Makassar will be hoping Hodak, 49, can steer them to honours as the reigning Piala Indonesia champions look to stamp their mark domestically and on the continent.
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Hodak knows Asian football well, having first been in charge of Malaysian side UPB-MyTeam before going on to guide Cambodia's Phnom Penh Crown FC and working on the coaching team of China PR side Shandong Luneng.
The better part of his coaching career has been in Malaysia as Hodak has led Kelantan, Johor Darul Ta'zim and Penang.
Hodak won the treble with Kelantan in 2012 and the 2014 Malaysian Super League title with Johor Darul Ta'zim.
His last appointment was as the Malaysia U-19 head coach, with the team winning the 2018 AFF U-19 Championship.
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