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Australian bond goes to Mariners to help Bolt to capture

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Australian bond goes to Mariners to help Bolt to capture

24 October 2018 17:53
24-10-18 17:53
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Usain Bolt may still hope for a contract as a professional footballer at Central Coast Mariners. The Australian football federation has offered help to the finances to get around.

The Central Coast Mariners have already decided to Bolt a contract offer, but an agreement is still far away. The atletieklegende would be eur 80,000 per year will earn, but he thinks himself reportedly on an annual salary of at least 1.5 million euros.

The Australian club gave Monday that a third party is necessary to the personal conditions of the 32-year-old Bolt, and the Australian bond confirms on Wednesday to the BBC that it is going to help the large financial gap to bridge.

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