Socceroo midfielder Oliver Bozanic has announced his departure from Luzern after two years in the Swiss Super League.The 26-year-old joined the club in June 2013 after winning the A-League title under Graham Arnold at the Central Coast Mariners.
It has been an fantastic journey over the past two seasons with @fcluzern_offiziell. Thanks to all the players, the manager, the coaches and all that are involved behind the scenes and a special thank you to the fans that made every game world class. A massive thank you from the bottom of my heart and best wishes for future success. @fcluzern_offiziell @fc_luzern_fan_page
A photo posted by Oliver Bozanic (@oliverbozanic) on Jul 16, 2015 at 3:09am PDT
Born in Sydney, the versatile and energetic Bozanic, able to play as an attacking midfielder or in a deeper central role, left the Mariners' youth set-up to spend three years with English club Reading between 2007 and 2010. He failed to make first-team appearance at the Royals, going on loan to Woking, Cheltenham Town and Aldershot Town.
He impressed back at Central Coast as the Mariners defeated premiers Western Sydney Wanderers 2-0 in the 2012-13 grand final.
Bozanic, who has seven full international caps to his name, has also appeared for the Young Socceroos and the Olyroos.
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