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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Brisbane 0 0 0 0
3 CC Mariners 0 0 0 0
4 Melbourne C 0 0 0 0
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Usain Bolt commences training with the Central Coast Mariners

The sprinting great says he's ready to put in the work and learn as he attempts to impress the Central Coast coaching staff.
Usain Bolt explains why he chose to trial with the Central Coast Mariners despite having offers from European clubs.
Usain Bolt has gone through his first training session on trial with the Central Coast Mariners.
Kevin Muscat hopes everyone can get over the Usain Bolt hype as he gets ready for his trial for the Central Coast Mariners.
Usain Bolt has touched down in Sydney ahead of his trial with the Central Coast Mariners.
Australia's Graham Arnold joked about capping Usain Bolt for the national side but believes he will be taken seriously at the Central Coast Mariners.

Usain Bolt has started his A-League adventure with Central Coast, saying he wishes to work hard and get fit, and the rest is up to coach Mike Mulvey.

Bolt's "indefinite" training period with the Mariners kicked off Tuesday morning at Central Coast Stadium.

A 15-minute passing drill, which Bolt completed without any terrible gaffes, was Mulvey's only chance to judge the Jamaican sprint superstar's football skill.

Bolt and Mulvey then addressed the assembled media, made up of almost 100 journalists,...

Usain Bolt 'determined to prove everybody wrong' - Mariners assistant Nick Montgomery

Kevin Muscat hopes everyone can get over the Usain Bolt hype as he gets ready for his trial for the Central Coast Mariners.
Usain Bolt has touched down in Sydney ahead of his trial with the Central Coast Mariners.
Australia's Graham Arnold joked about capping Usain Bolt for the national side but believes he will be taken seriously at the Central Coast Mariners.

Nick Montgomery has seen plenty of examples over the years: The guys who are told they'll never make it as a professional, only to defy the odds and make the coach who wrote them off look foolish.

The former Central Coast Mariners skipper reckons Usain Bolt might well prove to be the next one.

Bolt starts his "indefinite training period" with the A-League club on Tuesday -- coincidentally, his 32nd birthday.

It'll start brightly, with a huge media contingent expected at the Central Coast Stadium...

Usain Bolt arrives to train with Mariners for 'indefinite' period

Usain Bolt has touched down in Sydney ahead of his trial with the Central Coast Mariners.

SYDNEY -- A-League club Central Coast Mariners are leaving no stone unturned in a bid to get Olympic legend Usain Bolt's professional football career up and running.

The eight-time Olympic gold medallist and 11-time world champion touched down in Sydney early on Saturday ahead of what the Mariners are calling an "indefinite training period."

The club hopes to turn him into A-League material in just three months, with a view to offering the Jamaican a full-time contract in time for the start of the...

Burnley's Aiden O'Neill joins A-League side Central Coast Mariners on season loan

Burnley have confirmed an agreement for midfielder Aiden O'Neill to join A-League side Central Coast Mariners on a season-long loan.

The Australian midfielder, 20, joined the Clarets from Brisbane Athletic in 2015 and made three Premier League appearances in the 2016-17 campaign before embarking on loan spells with Oldham and Fleetwood Town.

"I'm coming on loan and I want to earn experience. I want to be involved and help the team push forward," O'Neill said.

"If that helps me when it comes to Burnley...

Usain Bolt's A-League trial with Central Coast Mariners just like any other - Mike Mulvey

Usain Bolt confirmed that he is training indefinitely with Central Coast Mariners as he looks to become a professional footballer in the A-League.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop explains why he doesn't see Usain Bolt's six-week A-League trial as anything more than a piece of commercialism.

Usain Bolt will be working off a clean slate when he begins his Central Coast Mariners trial with coach Mike Mulvey admitting he hasn't reviewed any footage of his failed stints with clubs around the world.

Bolt's long-held dream of becoming a professional footballer will live or die by the opinion of Mulvey, who has the first and final say as to whether he will be offered an A-League contract.

Mulvey will reserve judgment until the 31-year-old arrives later this month in Gosford, where the world's...