Usain Bolt offered contract with Maltese club

Usain Bolt offered contract with Maltese club

Usain Bolt offered contract with Maltese club

"That's the tough world of professional football".

In a segment about Jamaican-born athlete Usain Bolt, Sunrise host David Koch managed to put his big ol' foot into his constantly talking mouth, saying: "Who said slavery was over?"

It remains to be seen whether the former Olympic champion will be offered a professional contract to play for the Mariners but Bolt is hopeful of fulfilling his dream of becoming a pro footballer after retiring from track and field previous year.

"So guys I've retired from track and field looking to become a footballer, but look at this", he said in a video posted on social media, as he zoomed into the document.

"We have to sit down with the coach and the management and see if we go forward, what's the plan and if they want to sign me or if I need to do more".

"Usain Bolt broke the record in Beijing in 2008, and I have followed him for the last year-and-a-half on his football journey", Slimen told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

He was left stupefied when handed a drug test notice - requesting blood and urine samples - that appeared to have been issued by Football Federation Australia. "Okay then", Bolt further said.

Do you think Bolt is good enough to be a professional footballer? In the 55th minute, Bolt received a ball close to the six-yard box but despite pressure from the defender, he held his ground and netted in a low strike to score his debut goal.

I'm not even a professional footballer yet.

Gallop said there was no chance of using the marquee fund to meet Bolt's contract demands as its objective was to attract proven world-class players. After a few months of training at Borussia Dortmund, Bolt shifted to Mariners in Australia to live his footballing career.

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