Rio de Janeiro: Usain Bolt, the world record-holder at 100 and 200 meters, said on Tuesday that he likes his chances at starting up a football career after he retires from athletics after the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
"I would love to play," Bolt said. "I've played football. I've played charity matches. Something I really want to try.
"And after Rio, I'll just retire and just try and see if I'm any good in soccer, but I think I'd be pretty good because I play with my friends. I've played charity matches in Jamaica. I think I'm pretty good."