Nashville SC

Boys in Not Gold: Sept. 1, 2020

Welcome to Boys in Not Gold. Wonder what Nashville SC’s players on loan (or on national team duty – or new to the squad) are up to? Here’s your regular recap. 

Luke Haakenson

On loan with Charlotte Independence in the USL Championship

Haakenson started and played 49 minutes (halftime sub) in Charlotte’s 1-0 win over North Carolina FC. At left midfield, he completed 15/19 passes, won 2/4 duels (1/2 aerial), and took one shot on goal. He recorded one clearance defensively, and was fouled once on the ball.

He started and played 78 minutes in a 4-1 loss to Birmingham Legion. He started and finished his outing at left wing, but also saw some time on the right. He completed just 10/16 passes, and went 0/3 on duels (0/1 aerial). He took one shot off-target, and failed to connect on either of his two crossing attempts. He also committed one foul.

Charlotte (3-3-3) is in second place in Group G.

Up next: Charlotte Independence @ Memphis 901 FC • Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. CDT
Charlotte Independence v. North Carolina FC • Saturday at 7:00 p.m. EDT

Cameron Lancaster

On loan with Louisville City FC in the USL Championship.

Lancaster came on in the 88th minute to close out Louisville City FC’s 1-0 win over Indy Eleven, playing nine total minutes. He failed to connect on any of his three passing attempts, but went 2/3 on duels, and recorded one tackle.

He started and played 86 minutes in LCFC’s 1-1 draw against Saint Louis FC. He completed 4/7 passes, won 4/7 duels (1/3 aerial), and took two shots, one on-target and one off. He also made one tackle and was fouled twice.

Louisville (5-3-2) is in third place in Group E.

Up next: Louisville City FC @ Indy Eleven • Saturday at 7 p.m. EDT

Tanner Dieterich

On loan with Chattanooga Red Wolves SC in USL League One

Dieterich started and went the distance – 98 minutes – in Chattanooga’s 4-0 win over New England Revolution II, playing as one of the advanced midfielders in a 4-3-3. He completed 26/30 passes and had one unsuccessful cross, while he went 3/6 on duels (0/2 aerial). He recorded one tackle and one interception, and was fouled twice while committing one foul.

Chattanooga Red Wolves are now 2-2-2 on the year, sitting sixth place in League One.

Up next: Chattanooga Red Wolves @ Fort Lauderdale CF • Saturday at 8:00 p.m. EDT

Brady Scott

New signing who previously played for KC Köln II in Germany, on loan with Sacramento Republic in USL Championship.

Sacramento had the weekend off, giving Scott more time to acclimate to a new team.

Up next: Sacramento Republic @ Portland Timbers II • Wednesday at noon PDT

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