We watch Nashville SC, like, all the time. However, there are a few NSC players getting their action with other teams right now. Let’s pop in on them.
Out on loan
Vinnie Vermeer – With Las Vegas Lights through 2019 season
Vegas lost to Reno 1868 FC 0-2. Vermeer was a 72nd-minute substitute, completing 3/5 passes and winning 2/3 duels.
Up next: Lights @ New Mexico United • 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Vegas can still squeak into the playoffs with a win if everything goes right for them elsewhere (but they almost certainly will be eliminated regardless of their result, since they need plenty of out-of-town help and have to make up 13 GD).
Joining in January
David Accam – with Columbus Crew until Jan. 1, 2019
Columbus’s season is over. I’ll give a full recap of Accam’s year when the domestic season ends for all NSC players (with Vermeer the lone player still active in the US).
Accam has not appeared for Ghana since 2017.
Aníbal Godoy – with San Jose Earthquakes until Jan. 1, 2019
Godoy started and went the distance for Panama in a 3-1 loss to Mexico last night in his 100th cap (he was a late call-up, not joining the team until after their 2-0 loss to Bermuda last week). He only made the scoresheet by committing a yellow-card infraction late in the contest, but he did complete 18/19 passes from a more-attacking position than we’re used to seeing him occupy for the Quakes.
With San Jose’s season completed, Godoy’s only possible action before joining NSC will be with Panama, with Los Canaleros playing Mexico and UAE in he November International Window.
Randall Leal – with Deportivo Saprissa until January transfer window
Leal started and went 69 minutes for Costa Rica Thursday evening, but did not have a major impact on the game in a 1-1 draw. He was an unused substitute Sunday evening in a 0-0 draw against Curaçao.
Up next: Leal returns to Saprissa, with Los Morados traveling to Cartaginés tonight at 9:00 p.m. CDT. They then return home to face Limón Sunday at 5:00 p.m. CDT.
Hany Mukhtar – with Brøndby IF until January transfer window
Brøndby was idle during the international break, and Mukhtar was not called up to Germany’s squad.
Up next: Brøndby v. Lyngdby, 11:00 a.m. CDT Sunday in league play.