Columbus Crew SC Re-sign Adam Jahn

Columbus Crew SC have re-signed forward Adam Jahn. Details of his new contract are undisclosed at this present time. Jahn joined the Black and Gold in July on a transfer from the San Jose Earthquakes. The striker made 22 appearances overall, recording six goals. He also scored five times with Crew SC this season.

The five goals in 2016 set a career best for the 25-year-old striker. Jahn previously had recorded six goals in 62 appearances before joining Crew SC.

Jahn Puts Ink to Paper

Jahn’s goals per 90 minutes played to an average 92.33 minutes per goal. This was tops amongst the group. Sporting director and head coach Gregg Berhalter was ecstatic to seal the signature of the 6-foot-3 forward. “We are pleased to have re-signed Adam and are proud of his efforts since arriving in Columbus this summer. He has had a positive impact both on and off the field. Since joining, the team Adam has progressively improved in both the understanding our system and his goal scoring confidence. We look forward to working with him next season while continuing to watch him develop as a striker.”

Jahn made his Crew SC debut as a sub against Toronto FC and scored his first goal against the Philadelphia Union. In the very next match, he earned his first start for the Black and Gold against his former employers. He would add another goal against the LA Galaxy, and appeared in three straight matches in seven days in September.

Adam’s Great October

In the final month of the regular season, Jahn started three of the clubs matches. He recorded his first career brace in Crew SC’s draw against rivals Chicago Fire. Jahn went on to play a full ninety minutes against the New York Red Bulls where he added another goal in the 3-1 loss. To reward him for his excellent performance, Adam was named to the MLS (Major League Soccer) team of the week for Week 32/33. His second goal against the Fire was nominated for Goal of the Week and is currently in the polls for Goal of the Year.