Blazevic quits as Bosnia coach
Miroslav Blazevic on Friday quit as Bosnia national coach, a month after just failing to lead the side to the World Cup finals, BHT television reported.
"Miroslav Blazevic presented a resignation letter as coach to the Bosnia-Hercegovina team," BHT said on its website.
The resignation is set to be formally presented to the Bosnian Federation in Sarajevo, the report added.
Sportsport.ba portal confirmed that Blazevic, who coached Croatia to third place at the finals of France '98, was stepping down, quoting Federation head Sulejman Colakovic.
"That's quite so. Blazevic presented his resignation ... The Federation will give its opinion on Saturday after its executive committee meets," Colakovic said.
According to Sportsport.ba, Blazevic has agreed a deal to coach Chinese team Shanghai Shenhua.
Blazevic, 74, took Bosnia to the playoffs but there they lost out to Portugal to miss out on a first finals appearance.