Nashville SC indicators basic supervisor Mike Jacobs to contract extension

Nashville SC has prolonged the contract of supervisor Mike Jacobs, protecting him with the membership by way of the 2026 Major League Soccer season.

Jacobs first joined Nashville in 2018, when the workforce participated within the USL Championship earlier than transitioning to an MLS Expansion workforce a 12 months later. Under his management, Nashville has made the MLS Cup playoffs each season since its debut.

“Mike’s commitment, dedication and personality make it a very easy fit for all of us,” Nashville CEO Ian Ayre stated in a press launch.

“Mike really deserves this extension of his contract, which will keep him with us for at least three more years. I am very happy for him and his family, he is a well-liked member of our team and also a friend and I look forward to waiting for us to continue this incredible journey together.”

Jacobs has also overseen several key moments in the team’s history, including Walker Zimmerman’s Designated Player deal and the opening of GEODIS Park.

“I can not thank John Ingram and our possession group sufficient for this chance to proceed to construct and develop what we have created up to now,” Jacobs stated.

“I really feel so grateful to have the prospect to proceed on this championship-chasing journey with our gamers and workers, and I’m so humbled to proceed to characterize our membership and its supporters. I’m so excited for the long run of our membership and future.”

The workforce is at present in fifth place within the Western Conference because it continues to push for an additional MLS Cup playoff spot.

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