Bosnich pleads guilty to rash driving, dodges conviction

Former Australia goalkeeper Mark Bosnich has escaped conviction after pleading guilty to a charge of reckless driving in a road rage incident that left a cyclist injured last year.
Bosnich, who played for Manchester United, Chelsea and Aston Villa in the English Premier League and now works as a TV football pundit in his home country, was charged after he knocked the cyclist from his bike when driving a BMW in Sydney a year ago. Bosnich was given a one-year and”good behavior bond,and” a form of probation in Australia, without conviction by Sydneyand’s Downing Center court. Magistrate Michael Price said his offense was on the and”lower end of culpabilityand” and that he was a man of good character, local media reported. and”It was a misjudgment and now we can all put it behind us, and”local media quoted Bosnich as saying outside the court.

SOURCE: Today’s Zaman