Leeds United will unvail Darko Milanic as the clubs new head coach tomorrow (Monday) after he quit his role as head coach of Sturm Graz this afternoon (Sunday).
Milanic, 46, managed Austrian Bundesliga side SK Sturm Graz. Milanic has won 9 titles as a manager in Slovenia and has managed in the UEFA Champions League & UEFA Europa League during his managerial spell with NK Maribor.
He started his managerial career with Gorica in 2007 and left a year later (2008) for NK Maribor where he spent five years and helped the club reach the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League and he joined SK Sturm Graz in 2013 and guided them to 5th place last season.
Neil Redfearn had been in charge of Leeds United since David Hockaday was sacked following the Capital one Cup defeat to Bradford City in August.
Redfearn took charge of 4 games and guided Leeds to three wins and a draw. Redfearn's last game in charge was the Yorkshire Derby against Huddersfield Town on Saturday afternoon in which Leeds won 3-0.