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Guess Where Usain Bolt Finally Gets to Play Out His Football Dream?

Retired Olympic Superstar Usain Bolt will finally realize his lifelong dream of playing at Old Trafford this June. The fastest man alive in an epic teaser announced over the weekend that he had signed for a football team promising to reveal the details on Tuesday.

After prompting so much speculation, the 31-year-old who has previously spoken about his interest to join professional football finally made the big reveal.
The 8-time Olympic gold medalist revealed he will finally get to fulfill his lifelong dream of playing at the Old Trafford.
He will be the captain of a World XI select team of celebrities and footballers in a Soccer Aid match that will take place at the Theatre of Dreams on 10 June.
The event, which takes place biannually, has raised £24 million on behalf of UNICEF to help children since its launch in 2006.

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the Jamaican sprinter said.
“I enjoy the thrill of competition in front of a crowd, so Robbie and his England team better watch out as I won’t be going easy on them!
I’ve got a pretty special celebration planned for when I score, by the way.
“My team is going to be unbeatable – and Soccer Aid for UNICEF is counting on your support to make a difference to thousands of children around the world. Come and join in the fun!”
Soccer Aid’s co-founder Robbie Williams will captain Bolt’s rivals England Select for the charity match.
“I am buzzing that Soccer Aid for UNICEF is back! Reclaiming the title for England this year is going to taste so much sweeter with Usain leading the Soccer Aid World XI,”
“I can’t wait to lead out the England team.” Robbie Williams concluded.

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