Kelantan

2013 season

Manager
Azman Ibrahim

Head Coach
Bojan Hodak

Stadium
Sultan Muhammad IV Stadium, Kota Bharu

Super League
4th

FA Cup
Champions

Malaysia Cup
Runners-up

Community Shield
Runners-up

AFC Cup
Round of 16

Top goalscorer
League:
Nor Farhan, Indra Putra, Badhri Radzi (6)
All:
Badhri Radzi (16)

Highest home attendance
30,000 vs Johor Darul Takzim
(5 October 2013)

Lowest home attendance
5,000 vs T-Team
(7 April 2013)

Average home league attendance
12,500

Home colours

Away colours

← 2012
2014 →

The 2013 season was Kelantan’s 5th season in the Malaysia Super League. They were defending Malaysia Super League champions and aimed for 3rd league title this season. Furthermore, they were competing in the AFC Cup for the second consecutive seasons. In addition, they were competing in the domestic tournaments, the FA Cup and the Malaysia Cup as the last season’s runners-up and defending champion respectively.
After a very successful 2012 season, winning a treble for the first time in their history, Kelantan started the season with busy pre-season player transfer activities. They already announce their sponsors for the 2013 season as well as presenting the new kits on 3 January 2013.[1]

Contents

1 Pre-season and friendlies
2 Community Shield
3 Super League
4 FA Cup
5 Malaysia Cup

5.1 Group stage
5.2 Knockout stage
5.3 Semi-finals
5.4 Final

6 AFC Cup

6.1 Group stage
6.2 Knockout stage

7 Squad statistics
8 Top scorers
9 Transfers

9.1 In
9.2 Out
9.3 Loans in
9.4 Loans out

10 Club officials

10.1 Backroom staff

11 Sponsorship

11.1 Shirt sponsor
11.2 Material manufacturer
11.3 Official sponsors

12 See also
13 Notes
14 References

Pre-season and friendlies[edit]

Date
Opponents
H / A
Result
F–A
Scorers
Attendance

28 November 2012
Palm Beach
A
3–0
Khairul Izuan Rosli, Aris Zaidi, Farhan

7 December 2012
Perlis
H
5—0
Mandjou 5′, 42′, Farhan 49′, Petratos 87′, Haris Safwan 89′
25,000 [2]

12 December 2012
Kedah
H
4—1
Sabree Mat Abu (O.g), Farhan, Petratos, Mandjou

16 December 2012
Brunei DPMM
A
1—1
Petratos 75′

17 December 2012
Semen Padang
A
2—4
Badhri Radzi 26′, Petratos 64′

24 December 2012
Penang
A
4—0
Petratos 22′, 32′, Haris Safwan 37′, Mandjou 72′
5,000 [3]

26 December 2012
Kedah
A
0—0

30 December 2012
Sime Darby
A
1—4
Mandjou

2 February 2013
Semen Padang
H
1—1
Petratos 60′
7,000 [4]

7 February 201
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