Australia hasn’t been blessed when it comes to the world of football. Unlike cricket or rugby, the Socceroos haven’t produced dozens of world stars, but there are a number of players who have made a significant impact on the Premier League.
We explore five of the best Aussie stars to have graced the division since the league’s inception in the early 1990s…
Many would say Viduka is the best Australian to play in the English top flight and it’s hard to disagree. The Melbourne born striker arrived at Leeds from Celtic back in 2000 and spent four years at the club before switching to Middlesbrough and then Newcastle.
In all he spent nine years in England, netting 121 goals during his time in the country.
Mark Bosnich enjoyed his life off the pitch, enjoying the likes of nightclubs and casinos throughout his career. He’d certainly be a lover of an online casino with all that downtime if he was still playing today, although you’re more likely to find him in the studio these days.
Bosnich played for three Premier League sides during his career, starting at Manchester United before joining Aston Villa, where he really made his name. Sir Alex Ferguson came calling once again, playing at Old Trafford between 1999 and 2001, before moving on to Chelsea. It was his time at Villa though where he really showed what a good player he was.
Harry Kewell is one of Leeds United’s finest ever Premier League players and enjoyed eight seasons at Elland Road, playing almost 250 times for the club, scoring 63 goals.
Five seasons at Liverpool followed, and the midfielder has stayed in the UK, alongside actress wife Sheree Murphy. He’s the current manager of Oldham Athletic and trying to make his way in the game after his playing career ended in 2014.
Tim Cahill retired aged 39 in March of 2019 following a glittering career that saw him pick up over 100 caps for his country. It was at Millwall where he started to draw attention, eventually signing for Everton in 2004. He spent eight years at Goodison Park before moving to New York Red Bulls. A string of clubs followed before returning to Millwall in 2018.
He played almost 300 games for The Toffees and will be forever a legend in the eyes of fans of the club.
He’s enjoying his retirement now and has been seen enjoying the poker tables on regular occasions, and is no doubt also a lover of the online game, specifically given the rise of brands like online casino spielen in recent years.
Schwarzer is regarded as one of the best Premier League goalkeepers of all time and has played for five different English sides down the years, starting at Bradford back in 1996.
He spent the majority of his career at Middlesbrough, playing as first choice at the Riverside for 11 years before moving to Fulham, where he enjoyed a further 218 top flight appearances. He finished his career with Leicester City, the year the club won the league, although he didn’t play enough times to collect a winner’s medal.