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Las Vegas Lights boss would use Usain Bolt as a winger if club signed him

Las Vegas Lights coach Jose Luis "Chelis" Sanchez Sola said he'd play Usain Bolt as a winger if the USL side was to acquire the services of the world's fastest man.

"Chelis" was adamant that the club's interest in Bolt wasn't a joke, while Lights owner and CEO Brett Lashbrook told ESPN FC's Jeff Carlisle his team were "interested" in the eight-time Olympic gold medal winner.

The Lights boss said: "He's the fastest guy on Earth and he has tried out with some of the best clubs in the world. So coming...

Usain Bolt a target for U.S. second-tier club Las Vegas Lights

USL side Las Vegas Lights FC has confirmed it has an interest in signing eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt, but his wage demands are prohibitive. 

Bolt has been linked with teams in Australia, Turkey, Hungary and the U.S., though a source from MLS said the league had "no interest" in signing the legendary Olympic sprinter.

In terms of other American leagues, that would leave the second tier USL, which unlike MLS has its players sign with individual clubs instead of the league. Bolt...

Las Vegas Lights partner with marijuana dispensary

The Las Vegas Lights will advertise their new dispensary partners at Cashman Field.
The Las Vegas Lights began their first season in March.

A new category of sponsorship was sold by a U.S. sports team for the first time on Friday: team marijuana dispensary.

The Las Vegas Lights, an expansion team in the United Soccer League, signed a deal with the local Paiute tribe to allow them to promote the NuWu Cannabis Marketplace at the team's stadium, Cashman Field, which it shares with the New York Mets Triple-A franchise, the Las Vegas 51s.

At 15,800 square feet, the marketplace is the largest marijuana dispensary in the world and sells both...


Freddy Adu officially registered with new USL club Las Vegas Lights

Freddy Adu
Freddy Adu will stay on with the Las Vegas Lights this season.

Freddy Adu has been formally added to the Las Vegas Lights' roster ahead of the club's first regular-season home game on Saturday.

The former U.S. international has played with the new USL club on a trial basis throughout the preseason -- including a game against his former club D.C. United -- and his contract details are now complete.

Adu, 28, missed the Lights' first game last weekend, a 3-2 win at fellow expansion team Fresno FC, after posting on Twitter that his registration was not finished...