London: Not many took Olympic 100m and 200m champion Usain Bolt seriously when he said that he wanted to play for Manchester United after his super show at the London Olympics.
However, Bolt's dream of playing top-level football might actually come true. A Jamaican newspaper reported that national team coach Wilfried Schaefer wants Bolt to be part of his squad for the qualifying campaign for the 2018 World Cup.
Schaefer told The Gleaner: "I want him (Bolt) on the national team... may be after the Olympics in Brazil (in 2016), I want to see him in our team."
Bolt is obviously up for the challenge and immediately posted a picture of the story on his social media account with a message that read "anything's possible."
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