Usain Bolt has ended his quest to become a professional footballer.
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Usain Bolt has finished his football trial at Central Coast Mariners and will leave the club after failing to agree with commercial terms, the A-League side said on Friday.
Usain Bolt will never make it as a footballer, according to former Premier League and current A-League striker Andy Keogh, who says the Olympic legend’s first touch is “like a trampoline”.
Former Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt has been offered a contract by Central Coast Mariners as his career in a new sport gathers momentum.
The Olympic champion sprinter on trial at Central Coast Mariners in Australia’s top flight and scored two goals in a pre-season match a week ago
Usain Bolt has rejected a two-year deal with Maltese champions Valletta, the eight-time Olympic champion’s agent has confirmed.
The offer has triggered speculation that Bolt may be set to walk out from his trial at Australian team, Central Coast Mariners.
The former Olympic champion sprinter hit the headlines last week when he scored twice for Australian side Central Coast Mariners in their friendly against Macarthur South West United.
Usain Bolt has stated that his future as a professional footballer could be on the line as he prepares to start up front for Central Coast Mariners in a trial match this Friday.
The 32-year-old Jamaican has been trialling with the Mariners for the last three weeks in the hope of securing a professional contract for the 2018-19 A-League campaign.
Usain Bolt might be an eight-time Olympic champion but he isn’t football-fit, according to his coach at A-League club Central Coast Mariners.
The Jamaican is likely to be handed a 10 or 15 minute run-out for Australia’s Central Coast Mariners in a friendly against an amateur side as he works towards his dream of earning a playing contract and becoming a professional footballer.
Usain Bolt has admitted that he is keen to “prove people wrong” as he looks to earn a contract at Central Coast Mariners.
Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt will train with Australia’s Central Coast Mariners as he continues his quest to become a professional football player.