By FOX Sports staff
The legendary Singaporean striker was initially installed as Harimau Selatan coach for this year's league campaign but failed to lead the side to the title, despite having a star-studded boasting Malaysia internationals Norshahrul Idlan Talaha, Aidil Zafuan, Safiq Rahim and Safee Sali, as well as quality foreign signings like Dani Guiza and Simone Del Nero.
In the end, Darul Takzim had to settle for a third-place finish behind LIONSXII and Selangor, and Fandi paid the price immediately after as he was removed from his coaching duties and assigned as the team manager of the side, with former Valencia and Atletico Madrid boss Cesar Ferrando Jimenez named as his successor.
However, the 51-year-old's association with the club officially came to an end on Monday when he resigned from all duties with immediate effect.
According to the New Straits Times, Fandi revealed that "the discussion was discussed at length" and "agreed upon amicably".
Fandi also lead Darul Takzim to the final of the FA Cup, where they lost 1-0 to defending champions Kelantan.
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