The Jamaican Track star Usain Bolt will not continue playing on the Australian team The Central Mariners if they are not able to raise enough funds, even though he scored 2 goals for them during his trial period, it has been said that his skills are not overly impressive. The coach believes he still needs to train more and improve his skills; he needs more individual intense training and competitive game time.
However, he is determined that he will be playing football and he has been training vigorously as he tries to impress the Coach, and the Central Coast Mariners would like to give him every opportunity to fulfill his dream.
The 32-year-old sprint Champion still needs to work harder on improving his skills but he has been offered a professional contract by Australian Club Central Mariners. The Football Federation Australia FFA, has said the money needed to sign Bolt is not available as yet.
There are players who believe there are players who are able to play much better than Bolt and it would be sad if he got a contract to play for the team before they do.
It is difficult to understand what is happening with Bolt and his football career as he has tried out clubs in Germany, South Africa and Norway. He also turned down a deal with Maltese champions Valleta also, as he wanted to continue with the Australian team.
Even though Bolt is determined to play football, he might need to wait for a while until his skills has improved. His bid to sign a contract with the team he played with during his trial period collapsed recently and his trial period was terminated, after contract talks failed; even though he had integrated himself well into the team and he had made great strides as a footballer.
Bolt will still be trying to find another team to play with; he is not planning to give up on his dream of playing professional football as yet.