Bolt To Train With Australian A-League Side Central Coast Mariners
Jamaica’s triple Olympic champion Usain Bolt is currently slated to commence a six-week trial with Australian A-League side Central Coast Mariners.
The retired sprint king, who maintains a fervent desire to play football professionally has already had trials with Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund and Stromsgodset in Norway.
His trial down under will begin next month and, if he impresses, could very well join the New South Wales club on a season-long loan deal.
The Mariners finished bottom of the A-League last season but recently secured the services of former Manchester United assistant manager Mike Phelan as their sporting director.
According to Australian outlet The Daily Telegraph, they are believed to be Bolt’s most likely source of a professional deal but several other A-League clubs are interested.
Bolt retired athletics last year following the world championships in London.
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