USAIN BOLT TO PLAY FOR MANCHESTER UNITED IN A CHARITY FOOTBALL MATCH
Jamaica’s fastest sprinter Usain Bolt hang his boots from the world af athletics after sadly losing at the World Championships in London where he finished second after being beaten by American Justin Gatlin in the men’s 100m final and bagged home a silver medal.
Bolt who pulled up in the 4x100m relay final after a hamstring injury that made him unfit to compete in the race, will be playing for Manchester United in a charity football match against Barcelona if he recovers from his injury.
The sprinter is known to be a die-hard fan of the club and had made it known that he would try professional football once he retired from his sprinting career. The charity match is set to take place at Old Trafford on September 2.