Why Usain Bolt failed in football. When Usain Bolt retired from sprinting in 2017, he declared to the World that he wanted to become a professional football player. And he wasn’t kidding – so today we’ll take a look at WHY the fastest man ever didn’t manage to get a solid professional football career, despite Usain Bolt being ridiculously fast and having a decent football talent. In his short career, Usain Bolt managed to train with Borussia Dortmund and Mamelodi Sundown, play for Strømsgodset in Norway and a couple of matches for the Central Coast Mariners, where Bolt actually scored a couple of goals despite having a really rough tough. Also, Bolt played in two SoccerAid matches alongside the F2 Freestylers and many other celebreties, and generally did well, with Bolt hitting the cross, scoring an offside goal and a penalty in the first match in 2018, and actually getting himself on the scoresheet in 2019 – but alas, it didn’t work out for Usain Bolt in professional football – but why did he fail? That’s what we’ll look into in today’s video.
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