The former Monrovia Club Breweries playmaker sealed the deal with FK Trakai on July 26. The 18-year-old made his way to Ghana two weeks after the Liberia – Ivory Coast recent two-leg tie and left for Europe on March10 to join the Lithuanian Premier team.
The lad began his football career in Caldwell where he played for 3rd Division side Future Leaders in the New Kru Town Sub-Committee League.
Due to his potential and skillful ability, Dorley later joined the Monrovia Club Breweries in 2011 before making Liberia’s U-20 squad.
The young mid-fielder made his debut appearance against the Gambia in the CAF CHAN tournament in Ghana before his call-up to the senior national soccer team under Coach James Debbah.
Dorley, under Coach Debbah secured his first national team break against Ivory Coast in both legs of the World Cup qualifier.
The club was founded in 2005 in the city of Trakai, Lithuania and is third on the A Lyga league table with 36 points.
Trakai in the domestic front became A Lyga Runner-up in 2015 and Super Cup runner-up in 2016.