World's fastest man Usain Bolt wants to play for Manchester United.
Still a dream of his. Ahead of his soon to be released documentary 'I am Bolt', legendary Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt had an interview with Coach Magazine on Wednesday and revealed he still wishes to turn out in the colours of football club Manchester United.
I bet he will be the quickest on the ball, but will José Morinho and Bolt make it work? Will the unpredictable Portugese be impressed by all that?
Still his mummy's boy. Bolt, in the candid interview, also revealed that his parents still send him on errands despite his superstar status, and how great the Jamaican people have been to him since his remarkable rise in the sports world.
In his own words read what the Jamaican sprint King has to say about his Football dreams, his life in Jamaica and life with his parents even at the height of his fame.
'It has always been a dream of mine to play for Manchester United, and it still is a dream. I have not spoken with José about it, but I know he is the right coach for the job. Maybe this season we can’t win the title, but big players want to play for Morinho and I expect more to arrive.
'When I won the Golds in Beijing, I thought: “This is what I’ve been waiting for.” In London, I was just thinking that I wanted to achieve that again.
The only Triple Olympic 100 meter champion ever.
'Then before Rio, when people were talking about the ‘Triple Treble’, I knew if I could achieve that, it would make me immortal: the greatest ever, never to be repeated, and I wanted that.'
'The Jamaican people? They have been so great to me, but they still let me live. People don’t believe that I can walk around Kingston by myself – but I can.
Bolt shot to international fame when he broke the 100 meter world record in Being, in a race so fast most people can't still believe its humanly possible.