Jadson returned to the Lions with two matches remaining in the 2019 season having served a lengthy suspension. He was back in the line up for a 4-2 home win over Kingston Stockade and also played in the 2-2 home draw with NY Athletic Club. He has played a total of 1,771 minutes during 22 matches from 2017 to 2019.
Having missed the opening two matches of 2018, Jadson logged 585 minutes and his uncompromising style of play, lining up either at left back or in the heart of midfield, means he leads the club in yellow cards (11).
Jadson played in goal for the final 20 minutes of a 6-0 home loss to Brooklyn Italians when an injury to Vitor Scariot, who had replaced Colan Balkwell at halftime, left the Lions with a recognized keeper. He conceded just one goal.
His accurate long passes from deep in his own half set up goals in each of the final two matches of the 2017 season as he finished the campaign with two assists.
Jadson has spent time with Clube Atletico Mineiro, where he played with fellow Boston City defender Gabriel De Souza, and with Marilia and Esporte Clube Sao Bento in Sao Paulo.
He impressed during a trial when lining up for the Lions in an offseason friendly played against Assumption College in August 2016.