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Sprint-king Usain Bolt is all set for a six-week trial with A-League Side Central Coast Mariners. The Jamaican star has in the past been there at trials for various clubs in order to get picked. In the past, he has trained with Borussia Dortmund and Norwegian side Stromsgodset and has also been there at the Manchester United trials. The 100-meters world record holder is a ‘one of a kind’ athlete’. His speed and nonchalance with which he sprints make the sport look cool. Also Read - Dream11 Team Prediction Football WST vs CCM, Western United vs Central Coast Mariners, A-LEAGUE – Football Prediction Tips For Today’s Match Football WST vs CCM at GMHBA Stadium
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His trial will start in Australia next month and, if he is successful, could join the New South Wales club on a season-long loan deal.
Recently, the Jamaican star was spotted at in Moscow for the FIFA Final between France and Croatia.
Meanwhile, France beat Croatia 4-2 to clinch the FIFA World Cup for the second time. Luka Modric won the Golden Ball and Kylian Mbappe, the teenage sensation from Paris Saint-German club etched his name alongside legend Pele after he became only the second teenager to score a goal in FIFA’s summit clash.
‘Apart from him obviously being extremely fast the feedback we have received from Germany and Norway is that he is a very good learner and shows dramatic improvement after every training session,’ Mariners chief executive Shaun Mielekamp said.
‘This is a very real football opportunity, this is not a stunt or gimmick – we want to know if Usain can play.
‘If he can, let’s light up the A-League and bring one of the biggest named athletes in sport to the central coast.’