England v Soccer Aid World XI - Old Trafford, Manchester, Britain - June 10, 2018 Usain Bolt before the match REUTERS/Phil Noble/File Photo
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Central Coast Mariners coach Mick Mulvey says Usain Bolt will be treated as any other player when he joins the Australian A-League club this month on an "indefinite" trial.Mulvey told the Australian Associated Press on Wednesday the eight-time Olympic champion would start from scratch at the Mariners as he hasn't viewed video from Bolt's previous trials in Germany, South Africa or Norway.Mulvey said he will judge Bolt purely on his performance during his trial period.Mariners chief executive Shaun Mielekamp said he had contacted the clubs for which Bolt had trialed and received positive feedback on his ability.
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