Usain Bolt shows off support for Manchester United

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Usain Bolt once again showed off his support for Premier League giants Manchester United last night. 

The world's fastest man took to Twitter to reveal a picture of himself donning a United cap and scarf after the Red Devils secured a 2-1 victory over Stoke City last night. 

Bolt, who has been spotted at Old Trafford a number of times over the years, has even been linked with a shock move to the club as he looks set to turn to football after his track career. 

Career change 

There's no doubt about it, the world of football would certainly love to see Bolt show off his talents on the pitch, but it won't prove easy for him to secure a contract at the Theatre of Dreams. 

At 28-years-old, he's no youngster so would have to change his career path in the very near future...

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Huge result 

Perhaps he may just stick to being a fan. And he will be one happy supporter at the moment after he watched Louis van Gaal's Manchester United side secure their fourth straight Premier League victory.

The Red Devils inflicted defeat over Stoke last night thanks to a goal from Marouane Fellaini and a free-kick from Spaniard Juan Mata which may have been touched on the way through from Argentine centre-half Marcos Rojo. 

With Manchester United now sitting in fourth place, Bolt and the rest of the Old Trafford faithful will now be hoping the club make a swift return to Europe's elite competition. 

The Red Devils are next in action on Monday evening as they travel to the St Mary's to take on high-flying Southampton. 

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