The Olympic medalist and fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt, announced his retirement from the professional soccer world, after playing a few months in the Central Coast Mariners of the Australian A-League.
Bolt made his professional debut on August 31 of last year, and his best moment was on October 12, where he scored two goals against Macarthut South West United. "It was a good experience. I really enjoyed being in a team and the field of the track was very different. It was fun while it lasted. "
He was offered a renewal in the club and he also had an offer to play in Malta, but Bolt rejected it. The Jamaican assured that he will dedicate himself to your personal businesses.