Usain Bolt Quits Football, Joins Another Sport

Former Jamaican sprinter and 100-metre world-record holder, Usain Bolt, has finally quit football for Rugby.

According to SportingLife, the eight-time Olympic champion disclosed that he has accepted a $3million deal to play rugby for the Wallabies after negotiations to play football for A-League club, Central Coast Mariners, broke down.

Recall that Bolt negotiated a six-week spell with Central Coast Mariners’ chief.

“I think I’ll be good at rugby,” Bolt said.

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“Holding the ball while running will be much easier than dribbling it at my feet.”

Meanwhile, the Wallabies coach, Michael Cheika confirmed that the 32-year-old might just be the answer to his team’s recent poor form.

Cheika said: “Usain has once again demonstrated his lightning speed in trial matches.

“I want him on the right wing ASAP.”


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