The soccer career of Usain Bolt in Australia has reached to its end with a declaration on Friday that the central coast mariners and Olympic sprinter have not been able to have an agreement.
Bolt has moved to become soccer player from a Sprinter this summer, by being the part of Mariners. He as well succeeds to score 2 goals in a pre-season friendly season held last month.
As per the statement by Mariners, Bolt said “I would extend my thanks to the owner, staff, management, players, and followers of Central Coast Mariners for making me feel like one among them during my stay with them. My wishes are always with the club for success in future seasons as well.”
Usain Bolt was playing for A-League football club, in its first competitive debut for the Central Coast Mariners Club on October 12, 2018, in Sydney.
CEO, Shaun Mielekamp, the Central Coast Mariners, shared that the decision of not retaining blot is due to the moment, but this doesn’t mean we have closed doors to take him back in future.
As said by Mielekamp, “We couldn’t reach an agreement for the terms, but we will try to work along and maintain the communication.”
However, we wished that all this should work. There is the surety that everybody from the players to the Usain, everyone together strongly believes that if all this went right and if this has the potential to make a huge difference, it would have happened. The fact is that it didn’t reach to that point.”
Immediately after taking a retirement from Athletic, Bolt went on under-training in Germany with Borussia Dortmund, in South Africa under Sundowns FC as well as Norwegian club Strømsgodset.
Before becoming the part of the Central Coast Marines, he shared that he’d had got the offers by several lower league European clubs.