The eight-time Olympic Gold medalist is now on trial with Australian side Central Coast Mariners, for whom he recently scored twice in a friendly against MacArthur South West United.
However, the Jamaican has yet to be offered a contract, and most football pundits in Australia have questioned his ability to break into the league. But he trains with the Central Coast Mariners and plays in some games, so he's certainly more of a footballer than most of us.
On the weekend, a disgruntled Bolt complained on his social media account that he was ordered to take a doping test.
But the former world sprint champion turned it down, ESPN reported, citing his manager. "As a player, I would feel like a fool". Another indication that Bolt's status with the team - and league- may not be a long-lasting one: A-League brass didn't include a mention of Bolt in new releases for the official season launch on Monday.
But the pressure is seemingly building on the Mariners to put their money where their mouth is and add Bolt to their roster.
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"So guys I've retired from track and field looking to become a footballer but look at this", Usain Bolt said in a video posted on his Instagram Story earlier this week. He did score two goals on his first start for the Mariners recently, but the majority of his displays have illustrated how far he has to go to reach the required level, with his touch, positioning and decision-making particularly below par.
As the A-League begins its 14th season, the biggest question in Australia seems to be: Will he or won't he?
"I'll leave that to everybody else to work out whether I have anything to prove, but the last time I looked we won the grand final the year before and the championship by 10 points, so if that means I have something to prove then that's fine, but in myself I'm confident", Mulvey said.
"I'm happy I could come here and show the world I'm improving".