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Profile of the Australian footballer Mark Schwarzer, who currently plays as a goalkeeper at Chelsea. The 41-year old player Schwarzer joined Chelsea from Fulham and wears the number 23 shirt.

Mark Schwarzer
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        (Squad number 23)

Australia Australia

Mark Schwarzer Career
1990–1994Marconi Stallions58(0)
1994–1995Dynamo Dresden2(0)
1995–19961. FC Kaiserslautern4(0)
1996–1997Bradford City13(0)
1997–2008Middlesbrough367(0)
2008–2013Fulham172(0)
2013–Chelsea1(0)

1989Australia U176(0)
1990–1991Australia U208(0)
1993–2013Australia109(0)

Mark Schwarzer : Chelsea News
“Sunderland win at Chelsea but they must back up victory with more if an unlikely resurrection is to be complete Chelsea's Mark Schwarzer is beaten from the penalty spot by Sunderland's Fabio Borini Maybe miracles do happen.”
 thejournal.co.uk  Today
“Former Chelsea striker Fabio Borini, on-loan from the London club's title rivals Liverpool, coolly slotted the ball down the middle of the goal, past stand-in keeper Mark Schwarzer.”
 YAHOOSports  Yesterday
“But the in-form Connor Wickham scored his third goal in two games just six minutes later, capitalising on a mistake from stand-in goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer.”
 The Daily Express  2 days ago
“Mark Schwarzer makes his first Premier League appearance for Chelsea in place of Petr Cech who is ruled out with a virus. With Eden Hazard still out injured, Oscar, Willian and Mohamed Salah will form Chelsea's attacking trio behind the returning Samuel Eto'o.”
 London Evening Standard  2 days ago
“Sunderland named an unchanged side from their midweek draw at Manchester City. Chelsea: Schwarzer; Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry (c), Azpilicueta; Ramires, Matic; Willian, Oscar, Salah; Eto'o. Subs: Hilario, David Luiz, Mikel, Lampard, Torres, Schurrle and Ba.”
 Daily Star  2 days ago
“Eden Hazard has travelled with his Chelsea team-mates to Madrid ahead of their Champions The 20 players who made the trip are: Petr Cech, Mark Schwarzer, Hilario, David Luiz, Gary Cahill, John Terry, Ashley Cole, Nathan Ake, Cesar Azpilicueta, Tomas”
 Daily Mail  Today
“and a season and half of virtual first team inactivity have clearly had a detrimental effect on the talent of back-up ‘keeper Mark Schwarzer.”
 Sport.co.uk  Today
“Eden Hazard missed training on Monday ahead of Chelsea's Champions League semi-final clash with international fell ill before the loss to Sunderland and was replaced by Mark Schwarzer but looks to have recovered in time to face Atletico, though”
 YAHOOSports  Today
Mark Schwarzer Career Honours
  • Club: Football League Cup (1): 2003–04
  • Club: UEFA Cup Runner-up: 2005–06
  • Club: Football League Cup Runner-up: 1996–97, 1997–98
  • Club: UEFA Europa League Runner-up: 2009–10
  • Club: OFC Nations Cup (1): 2004
  • Club: 2011 Asian Cup – Runner Up
  • Fulham F.C. Player of The Year (1): 2008–09
  • FFA Australian Football Awards: Footballer of the Year (2): 2009, 2010
  • Football Media Association Australia International Player of the Year (1): 2009
  • Order of Australia Medal 2009
  • Australian Professional Football Association Player of the Year (1): 2010
  • Premier League Player of the Month (1): February 2010

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Mitchell Beeney Jamal Blackman
    Mark Schwarzer Henrique Hilario
    Petr Cech
    Defenders
    Danny Pappoe Dion Conroy
    Tomas Kalas David Luiz
    Andreas Christensen Adam Nditi
    Gary Cahill Branislav Ivanovic
    Nathan Ake Kevin Wright
    Fankaty Dabo Isak Ssewankambo
    John Terry Ashley Cole
    Cesar Azpilicueta Alex Davey
    Midfielders
    Jeremie Boga Andre Schurrle
    John Swift Nemanja Matic
    Willian Tika Musonda
    Alex Kiwomya Lewis Baker
    Ruben Loftus-Cheek Marco van Ginkel
    Oscar Eden Hazard
    Mohamed Salah Frank Lampard
    John Obi Mikel Ramires
    Forwards
    Islam Feruz Samuel Eto'o
    Demba Ba Isaiah Brown
    Fernando Torres