Usain Bolt questions drugs test in Australia with European football offer tabled


The 32-year-old previously tried out with clubs in Germany, South Africa and Norway to no avail.

Sunrise presenter David Koch has addressed his Usain Bolt slavery comment, saying he should have expressed himself more clearly.

"Usain Bolt broke the record in Beijing (Olympics) in 2008, and I have followed him for the last year-and-a-half on his football journey", Slimen told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Bolt is on trial with A-League side Central Coast Mariners, who are yet to offer him a contract.

Whether or not Bolt makes it as a pro footballer, he has been a PR triumph for the struggling Mariners garnerning the club world wide attention.

The 100 and 200 metre world record holder quit athletics past year and is now on trial with Australian football club Central Coast Mariners as he looks to achieve his new dream of becoming a professional footballer.

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I haven't signed for a club yet?' They told her I'm an elite athlete so I have to get tested.

The official guidelines (according to Sky Sports) define an athlete as a "person who competes in sport" if "the sport has an anti-doping policy".

The eight-time Olympic Gold medalist took to Instagram on Monday to show a testing notice he allegedly received from FFA.

Tony Rallis, who is representing Bolt while he is in Australia, has now said that a European side with ambitions of playing in the Champions League have offered him a deal.

Koch, alongside his fellow panelists Mark Beretta, Sam Armytage and Natalie Barr, were discussing a potential move for Bolt from the Central Coast Mariners to a European club.

Valletta has high hopes Bolt will make the switch in time to play in the Maltese Cup on December 13.