Mark Bosnich, or ‘Bozza’ as he is affectionately known, is one of Australia’s most famous football exports.
Mark has been an integral member of the Fox Sports Football team since 2008 appearing every week on Matchday Saturday, Shootout on Sundays and A-League Hour every Monday with Adam Peacock. Mark also provides expert commentary and analysis during all Socceroos international matches on Fox Sports.
Football: At the peak of Mark’s sporting career, he led the high life in England as one of the world’s highest paid football stars and is still considered by many authorities as one of the finest goalkeepers in the world. Mark’s unparalleled career took him to the heights of Premier League football playing for Aston Villa, Manchester United and Chelsea. In 1999, he won a Premier League title with Manchester United, one of only two Australians to do so!
Between 1993 and 2000, he represented Australia on 17 occasions including the 1992 Barcelona Olympics and the 1997 FIFA Confederations Cup. In 2008, Mark returned to Australia to play for the Central Coast Mariners and Sydney Olympic.
Still very much dedicated to the sport, Mark has confessed that he watches roughly 720 minutes of football a week, just so he can keep up to date with all the games. Since hanging up the boots, Mark has been a key member of Australia’s most experienced football coverage on Fox Sports since 2008. Having played the world game at the highest level, Mark is respected for his knowledgeable, and no-nonsense opinion by both his peers and fans - never holding back with any of his well-considered views. These traits have made him a popular commentator and public speaker.
Your Football at the SCL - Part 3: Mark Bosnich