|Playing position |
Height 1.80 m
|1996–1997 Real Madrid C|
Career start 1997
Name Javier Dorado
|Full name Francisco Javier Dorado Bielsa|
Date of birth (1977-02-17) 17 February 1977 (age 38)
Place of birth Talavera de la Reina, Spain
Rifirrafe de javier dorado y ana garc a el pp gobierna para los ricos fomentando la precariedad
Francisco Javier Dorado Bielsa (born 17 February 1977 in Talavera de la Reina, Toledo) is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a left back.
- Rifirrafe de javier dorado y ana garc a el pp gobierna para los ricos fomentando la precariedad
- Taita javier dorado tras las huellas de nuestros ancestros conciencia
- Club career
Taita javier dorado tras las huellas de nuestros ancestros conciencia
Brought through the ranks of La Liga powerhouse Real Madrid, Dorado would play two league matches for the first team during the 1999–2000 season, the first being a 1–1 away draw against Valencia CF on 20 February 2000. After that, he had second division loan stints with UD Salamanca and Sporting de Gijón; with the first club, his competitive debut was also against Valencia, in a 0–6 loss for the Copa del Rey also at the Mestalla Stadium.
In 2002–03, Dorado returned to Madrid and the top flight, also playing as backup with Rayo Vallecano. The following campaign he returned to Gijón as the undisputed first-choice, going on to compete in the second level a further three years.
In July 2006, Dorado moved to RCD Mallorca, but would be virtually absent from the team's lineups during two seasons, blocked by ex-FC Barcelona and future Spanish international Fernando Navarro. For 2008–09 he was unregistered by the Balearic Islands club, and was released in July 2009 with only seven competitive appearances in three years combined.