The former sprintlegende Usain Bolt will not be as a professional footballer go to work at Central Coast Mariners. The Australian club made Friday announced the trial of the 32-year-old Jamaican to stop. Bolt turned out to be a too expensive bird to pick up.
Bolt trained since August with the team from Gosford, near Sydney. Last month, I went into all the messages that the negotiations between the two parties about a contract rough walked. The wages that Bolt early was many times higher than what the club could offer (reportedly just under 100,000 euros). So we went to the Mariners in search of a third party for a financial contribution of a few millions, but that was so not the desired effect.
“I want to thank the owners, management, staff, players and fans of Central Coast Mariners to thank for me feel welcome”, responded the ex-sprinter short. “I wish the club the coming season every success.”
The Jamaican hung last year after the world CHAMPIONSHIP of athletics in London are spikes on the hook to focus on a football career. He conquered during his atletiekcarrière a total of eight olympic titles and eleven world titles. He holds the world records in the 100 meters (9.58 seconds) and 200 meters (19.19), both dating from 2009.