Oliver Bozanic has already achieved a lot in his football career.Bozanic began his career in the youth ranks at the Central Coast Mariners before joining English side Reading in 2007. He spent three years in England which included loan spells at Woking, Cheltenham and Aldershot.
He returned to Australia with the Central Coast Mariners in 2010 where he spent three seasons with the club which included the 2012-13 A-League title.
His rapid improvement earned him a two-year deal with Swiss club Luzern and he made his Socceroos debut in Australia’s 3-0 friendly win over Canada in November 2013.
A versatile player with an accurate passing game, Bozanic can play in the centre of midfield or be utilised on the left side of midfield.
The 25 year-old’s composure and ability to maintain possession could see him transform into a long term successor to Marco Bresciano in midfield for the Socceroos.
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