Bojan Hodak wants to become Singapore head coach

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wants to be coach, and believes he can deliver more than a big-name foreign coach.

Speaking to The New Paper yesterday, Hodak said: “I have not met anyone from the FAS (Football Association of Singapore) officially on this but, yes, I am interested in the Singapore job.”

The former Johor Darul Ta’zim and Kelantan coach is in Singapore for a family holiday.

The New Paper understands that his resume has already been sent to FAS officials by a third party.

Previous Singapore coach Bernd Stange oversaw his last game in charge when the Lions fell 2-1 to Afghanistan in a World Cup qualifier on Tuesday and the FAS is in the midst of looking for a replacement.

“I’m not sure what its (FAS) plan is – if it is looking for a local coach or a foreign coach – but, if it does decide to bring in a foreign coach, I think I can bring something to the table,” asserted the 44-year-old Croat, who comes with impressive credentials.

Via: TNP