Eight-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt still harbours a dream of one day playing for Manchester United.

Sprint king and eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt said he will prove people wrong after the Central Coast Mariners trialist trained for the first time on Tuesday in his bid to earn a football contract.

Retired track superstar Usain Bolt has vowed to put his best foot forward as he prepares to begin a career in professional football with A-League team Central Coast Mariners.

Usain Bolt arrived in Australia on Friday night (Saturday morning, Australia time) as he prepares to undertake a three-month training stint in his bid to become a professional footballer.

American sprint sensation Noah Lyles is being seen as the new face of track and field following the retirement of Usain Bolt, the man who has carried the sport for the last decade.

Dave Mitchell former A-League manager of Perth Glory speaks about the Usain Bolt deal.

Usain Bolt is continuing his quest to become a professional footballer by training with A-League club Central Coast Mariners for an indefinite period.

The United Soccer League (USL) club Austin has joined those hoping to secure the services of former sprint star Usain Bolt but admit to trailing Australian club Central Coast Mariners.

Former Australia A-League player Jeremy Brockie insists he has major doubts about the ability of former sprinter Usain Bolt to secure a contract with Central Coast Mariners, having trained with the Jamaican earlier this year.

The Football Federation Australian (FFA) have been lukewarm regarding the pursuit of retired sprint superstar Usain Bolt by A-League club Central Coast Mariners.

Eight-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt has emerged as a shock target for Australian club the Central Coast Mariners.

Despite losing a recent celebrity charity match at Old Trafford 4-3 on penalties, Usain Bolt and his PUMA World XI turned up big winners after charity raised from the event counted in the millions. 

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