by Sam Cutting
Born: 13/1/72, Fairfield, Australia
Clubs: Sydney Croatia, Manchester United, Aston Villa, Chelsea, Central Coast Mariners, Sydney Olympic
International: Australia (17 caps, 1 goal)
Neither is the Nazi salute the only example of reckless idiocy in a man who was named Oceania Footballer Of The Year In 1997; he was jailed the night before his second wedding, and bailed just hours before he was due at the altar.
He left Chelsea acrimoniously in 2002, under a rather white, slightly buzzy cloud. During his spell out of the game his drug habit intensified, and before Ashley Cole or Mario Ballotelli made apparent the connection between footballers and ballistics, Bosnich himself nearly shot his dad with an air rifle in his own home. He went bankrupt in 2008, but has re-established connections with the football world through entertaining punditry for Australian TV. Recently he has been seen wearing an unsettling grin, taking pot shots at Alex Ferguson from afar and frightening Australia with his maniacal laugh.