The world's fastest man Usain Bolt has revealed his shock at receiving a drug test notice from the anti-doping authorities in Australia, where he is attempting to break into the world of professional football.
The Jamaican expressed his displeasure towards the information - saying he wasn't sure why he is getting a drug test.
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A group of investors from the Sanban Group in the United Arab Emirates acquired a majority stake in the club last month, vowing to qualify for the group stages of Europe's Champions League.
The sprinter's agent, Tony Rallis, told ESPN that a club in Europe want to sign Bolt on a two year deal and the club in question reportedly have new owners and ambitions of playing Champions League football.
The 32-year-old is now on trial with Australian side Central Coast Mariners, where he made worldwide headlines with two goals in their pre-season friendly with Macarthur South West United.
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"It's very much, the ball in the Mariners' court".
Bolt shared the news of the drug test notice with his fans on social media and informed that he was told he will have to take a drug test despite not pursuing any professional sport because he was an "elite athlete".
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. Bolt said in a video he posted on Instagram, holding up a pink slip of paper requesting a blood and urine test.
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"If they get to that [signing] point then we'll look at what's feasible for us but it can't be for the marquee player fund", he said.