From struggling side to winning team | New Straits Times

THE 2021 M-League season will live long in the memories of KL City fans as coach Bojan Hodak guided the club to their first Malaysia Cup crown since 1989.

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NSTsports THE 2021 M-League season will live long in the memories of KL City fans as coach Bojan Hodak guided the club to their first Malaysia Cup crown since 1989. KLCity BojanHodak

THE 2021 M-League season will live long in the memories of KL City fans as coach Bojan Hodak guided the club to their first Malaysia Cup crown since 1989.

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