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Bosnich pleads guilty to road rage
28 Apr 2015 09:09
Former Australia goalkeeper Mark Bosnich has pleaded guilty to a charge of reckless driving after a road rage incident that left a cyclist injured.
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Bosnich, who played for Manchester United, Chelsea and Aston Villa in the English Premier League and now works as a TV soccer pundit in his home country, was charged after he knocked the cyclist from his bike when driving a BMW in Sydney a year ago.
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Police tendered to Sydney's Downing Centre court that the 43-year-old "turned his steering wheel into the direction of the victim" after the two had a dispute about lane-changing.
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"The collision caused the victim to fall from his bicycle onto the ground," police said.
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The victim was taken to hospital and found to have sustained injuries to his ribs and left elbow.
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The case returns to court in June.
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