Andy Dorman will continue to play soccer in New England, but not for the team you'd expect as the midfielder will be suiting up for the FC Bolts (PDL) this summer.
Andy Dorman @MacSteeves @milesrobinson11 sign to play with Bolts PDL this summer#path2pro #uslpdl pic.twitter.com/p4gXPajSl4— FC Boston (@FCBolts) April 28, 2016
Dorman, 33, was most recently with the New England Revolution, spending three years with the club before his contract expired in November 2015. It was Dorman's second go-around with the Revolution, who drafted him out of Boston University in 2004. In sum, Dorman collected 18 goals and 20 assists over the course of seven MLS seasons.
Dorman also spent time with St. Mirren of the Scottish Premier League, Crystal Palace of the Championship, and Bristol Rovers of League Two.
Before deciding to play for the FC Bolts' PDL team, Dorman joined the organization as a youth coach. According to a team press release, Dorman will work with the U12 US Development Academy team, as well as future and older Academy groups.