|Date of birth||17 November 1972|
|Place of birth||Al Salt, Jordan|
|2012–||Shabab Al-Ordon U-19|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Jeris Tadrus is a Jordanian Christian footballer who played for Al-Faisaly (Amman) and the Jordan national football team until he retired and coached some youth teams in Jordan. During his career as a football player, he had been nicknamed "The Hornet".
|1||October 1992||Damascus||Egypt||1-1||Draw||1992 Pan Arab Games|
|2||May 24, 1993||Irbid||Iraq||1-1||Draw||1994 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|3||April 19, 1997||Sharjah||Bahrain||4-1||Win||1998 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|4||July 1997||Beirut||Kuwait||3-2||Win||1997 Pan Arab Games|
|5||July 27, 1997||Beirut||Syria||1-0||Win||1997 Pan Arab Games|
|6||June 2, 2000||Amman||Iraq||4-1||Loss||2000 West Asian Football Federation Championship|
Honors and Participation in International Tournaments
In Pan Arab Games
In Arab Nations Cup
In WAFF Championships
- Tadrus: "They Have Oppressed Me in Al-Faisaly... And There Was No Festival For My Retirement or Salaries for My Coaching!"
- Tadrus: "Because I Don't Know of "the Shocking Guilt", I Still Have Gone Through Without a Testimonial Match"
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