Usain Bolt agent confirms A-League Central Coast Mariners talks

Olympic Legend Usain Bolt Headed To The Cenny Coast To Trial With The Mariners

Reports: Usain Bolt On Verge Of First Professional Football Contract, Set To Sign For A-League Side Central Coast Mariners

Usain Bolt's proposed A-League trial will go ahead - but only if Football Federation Australia agrees to contribute around $900,000 from its marquee fund should the Jamaican sprint king prove worthy of a contract.

It read: "The Central Coast Mariners would like to publicly address the negotiations between the Club and Usain Bolt".

The Mariners are based in Gosford - about 50 miles north of Sydney - and finished bottom in the A-League last season, recording the longest winless run of 11 games. "They understand that he has to go through six weeks of a trial".

While signings like Bolt might spur an initial curiosity, surely ploughing millions of dollars into turning the A-League into an novelty circus sideshow isn't the most sensible long-term plan. "We've got an athlete that's prepared to meet the trial criteria and benchmarks".

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"If he comes in and he is not up to the level, it could have a detrimental effect".

"We're going through the proper channels; we're just waiting for a reply".

A spokesman for the FFA would not say whether the governing body would contribute to a potential contract. He's never played at a decent level.

A statement released by the Mariners on Tuesday read: "The Central Coast Mariners would like to publicly address the negotiations between the Club and Usain Bolt".

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Mr Mielekamp said the club had received positive reports of Bolt's performance when he trained with German club Borussia Dortmund and Norwegian side Stromsgodset.

"If he's competitive, he will lift our A-League profile", Rallis said.

Mariners chief executive Shaun Mielekamp was excited about the prospect of Bolt playing in the A-League at Central Coast Stadium.

His trial would be similar to the one Jarryd Hayne underwent before earning a contract to play American Football.

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Phelan, who would be closely involved in Bolt's trial, worked under legendary former United boss Sir Alex Ferguson between 1999 and 2013 during the Manchester club's trophy-laden years.

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