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Sunrise: Kochie Just Made A Slavery Joke About Usain Bolt

Sunrise: Kochie Just Made A Slavery Joke About Usain Bolt

The Mariners can't actually sell Bolt to another club because the sprint legend hasn't signed a contract with the football club.

"How am I going to get drug tested today?"

"I'm happy I could come here and show the world I'm improving".

I haven't signed for a club yet?' They told her I'm an elite athlete so I have to get tested.

The notice requested blood and urine samples and appears to have been issued by Football Federation Australia.

Usain Bolt has complained that he has been given notice for a drugs test from the Australian anti-doping authority (Asada), pointing out that he is no longer a professional sportsman.

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"There is a club in Europe that has offered Bolt a two-year deal, they have been taken over by new owners who have aspirations of Champions League football", Bolt's agent Tony Rallis, who is representing him while he is in Australia, told ESPN.

A group of investors from the Sanban Group in the United Arab Emirates acquired a majority stake in the club last month, vowing to qualify for the group stages of Europe's Champions League.

Bolt, who won eight Olympic gold medals during his days on the track, is a massive Manchester United fan and has a long-standing ambition to play professional football.

'On Sunrise this morning we were talking about how good it is for Bolt and the Mariners at news he was getting offers from European clubs, ' Koch said.

He was then handed a huge opportunity by the Mariners and while he has recently broken his duck for the Australian club, Bolt may be heading elsewhere very soon.

"I don't want him to be here on holiday, I want him training hard", he said, adding that he wanted Bolt to be lifting trophies during his stint at Valletta.