Bolt, who used to earn over $20 million a year, has made it clear that his football dream is about a lot more than money.
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Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt managed to upstage the first weekend of Australia's A-League season without kicking a ball after his agent said he had been offered a professional contract by the Central Coast Mariners.The former Manchester United trainee has said in the past he thinks it might be until next year Bolt would be fit enough to make a proper call on, and questioned Sunday whether he could displace any of the club's front three.According to Forbes, Bolt was earning upwards of $20 million a year mostly from endorsements before his retirement from athletics in 2017 and he has made it clear that his football dream is about a lot more than money.
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