The club has not managed to get the money together to get it to meet the salariseisen of the fast Jamaican. The club had Bolt, however, offered a contract, but also indicated that sponsors had to step in to meet the financial requirements of the world record holder in the 100 and 200 metres. Friday, it became clear that the money not come, and the parties have decided to part ways.
,,Despite the fact that we are not reaching an agreement could be that the football career of Bolt form would give, we are grateful to the sprintkampioen and the holder of the world record as a player of our club to have had,” said owner Mike Charlesworth in a statement.
Talk given dared the club on with a Bolt, which is a small two months has been training for the Mariners and recently even twice, scored in a practice game.