News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Mar. 2, 2018: Months of hype surrounding triple Olympian Usain Bolt’s soccer debut with a major football squad fell somewhat flat for fans Tuesday after the Jamaican star announced that big entrance would simply be in the form of a charity match.
Bolt, 31, announced on Twitter that he will be playing in a soccer aid match for UNICEF at Old Trafford. The match is set for Sunday June 10th and will feature a number of other celebrities and footballers.
Robbie Williams will captain the team.
Bolt’s announcement came are a tweet posted by South African club Sundowns on Monday hinted that the Jamaican star was primed to transfer his sprinting talents to professional football for them.
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