Born: Match 17, 1994
Birthplace: Serrekunda, The Gambia
Previous Club: Atlanta United 2
Jadama arrived in 2017 from iconic Chilean Primera División club Colo-Colo, where he had played the previous two seasons. He played 30 of the 34 matches for Tulsa Roughnecks, scoring once and adding four assists in 2017.
Jadama captained the Roughnecks in one match, a 2-1 road defeat to Saint Louis FC, but was a crucial part of the defensive unit which led the Roughnecks to the 2017 USL Championship playoffs, the first such appearance in club history.
2020 – ATLANTA UNITED 2 (USL CHAMPIONSHIP)
Jadama played every minute of the 2020 season with his hometown team Atlanta United 2, anchoring the defense and captaining the squad for the season.
2018-2019 – PORTLAND TIMBERS/TIMBERS 2 (MLS)
Jadama made the jump from Tulsa to MLS, where he made a handful of appearances with Portland Timbers in both the U.S. Open Cup and in the MLS Regular Season. He also made 42 appearances in two years with Portland Timbers 2, scoring five goals and captaining the side.
2015-2016 – PORTLAND TIMBERS/TIMBERS 2 (MLS)
He made his professional debut for Colo-Colo in the Santo Tomás Cup in 2015. Prior to joining Tulsa, Jadama was loaned to Coquimbo Unido for the 2016 season in Chile’s second division, where he made three appearances.
Born in Serrekunda, The Gambia, Jadama moved to the U.S. at an early age and became a U.S. citizen as a teenager in 2007. He started his professional soccer career in Chile with Club Social y Deportivo Colo-Colo (Colo-Colo for short), one of the most famed clubs in South America.