|Full name Eddy Bosnar|
1997–1998 Newcastle Breakers
Weight 88 kg
Place of birth Sydney, Australia
Name Eddy Bosnar
|Playing position |
Date joined 2014
Height 1.93 m
|Date of birth (1980-04-29) 29 April 1980 (age 35)|
Number 25 (Central Coast Mariners FC / Defender)
Siblings Milan Bosnar, Ivan Bosnar
11/8/2013 Eddy Bosnar Freekick (v Shanghai Dongya)
Eddy Bosnar (born 29 April 1980) is an Australian professional footballer centre back who last plays for National Premier Leagues side Sydney United. He has scored numerous goals for his clubs with his free kicks.
- 1182013 Eddy Bosnar Freekick v Shanghai Dongya
- Eddy bosnar amazing power free kick hd
- Club career
- International career
- Personal life
Eddy bosnar amazing power free kick hd
After graduating from the Australian Institute of Sport Football Program, Bosnar began his professional career in 1997 with Newcastle Breakers. After staying in Australia for a few seasons with Northern Spirit and Sydney United, Bosnar moved to Croatia in 2000 to play with Dinamo Zagreb. After three years in Austria with Sturm Graz, Bosnar moved to England to play with Everton, but he failed to make an appearance in the Premier League for Everton, and he was released after one season due to injury. Bosnar then returned to old club Dinamo Zagreb, before briefly playing with Rijeka. Bosnar moved to the Netherlands in 2006 to spend two seasons with Heracles Almelo, before moving to Japan in 2008 with JEF United Chiba. He moved to Shimizu S-Pulse in 2010. Bosnar left Japan at the end of that season and joined Suwon Samsung Bluewings in the K-League. His free kick against Ulsan Hyundai in May 2012, measured at 123 km/h (76 mph), was chosen unofficial K-League goal of the year for 2012. On 18 July 2013, Bosnar transferred to Chinese Super League side Guangzhou R&F.
On 1 February 2014, Bosnar signed with Central Coast Mariners until the end of May of that year. On 10 November 2015, Bosnar was released from his contract eight months early, after the player fell out of favour with Mariners coach Tony Walmsley.
Bosnar returned to Sydney United in February 2016, fifteen years after last playing for the club.
Bosnar has represented Australia at all youth team levels including captaining the Joeys. He also represented Australia at the 1999 FIFA World Youth Championship, making three appearances.
Bosnar is of Croatian origin.
His two younger brothers Milan and Ivan are also professional players.
Bosnar, along with his brothers Milan, Ivan and Marko, run the Australian franchise of Croatian bakery "Mlinar" in Western Sydney.