Bryan Jordan has left the San Antonio Scorpions after he was released from the club on Tuesday the club announced.
Jordan sought his release after finding a club in the German fourth division in the off-season and has already left for Germany.
Scorpions head coach Tim Hankinson was appreciative of Jordan’s work while he was with the club saying in a press release, “Bryan was a professional during his time with the Scorpions and… we wish him well with his new team overseas.”
Jordan has only been with the Scorpions since the start of the 2013 Spring season after he was waived by MLS’ Los Angeles Galaxy.
After being waived by Los Angeles San Jose picked up Jordan from the re-entry draft but the Earthquakes didn’t offer him a contract allowing San Antonio to pick him up.
Jordan played 339 minutes for the Scorpions and was able to pick up one goal but he was often struggling with injury and found himself on the outer of the squad.
It became obvious that Jordan was going to not make it in the team going in to the fall season as the Scorpions have signed three strikers in the mid-year break and being already on the outer it was clear his time was up and so he left to try and prevent his career from further stagnating.
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