Nashville SC

Boys in Not Gold: Oct. 26, 2020

Welcome to Boys in Not Gold. Wonder what Nashville SC’s players on loan are up to? Here’s your regular recap of the dudes wearing somebody else’s colors (temporarily). There are very limited games remaining – indeed, this will be the final 2020 regular edition.

Tanner Dieterich

On loan with Chattanooga Red Wolves SC in USL League One

Dieterich started and went the distance – 101 minutes – in Chattanooga’s 2-1 win over Richmond Kickers Saturday. Playing as a right-sided attacking midfielder in a 4-3-3, Dieterich completed 45/54 passes, won 4/6 duels (3/3 aerial), and took one shot, which was blocked. He also intercepted one pass and blocked one shot defensively, was fouled once and committed two fouls.

The Red Wolves finished 6-5-4, and missed out on the two-team League One Final.

Up next: Chattanooga Red Wolves season complete.

Cameron Lancaster

On loan with Louisville City FC in the USL Championship.

Lancaster started and went the distance – a 99-minute rarity for a player who’s been good for about 70 minutes most of the season – in Louisville’s 2-1 loss to Tampa Bay Rowdies in the Eastern Conference final of the USL Championship Playoffs. He completed 18/22 passes, won 3/10 duels (1/6 aerial), and managed just two shots – one off-target and one blocked – in his team’s uncharacteristically poor attacking game: LCFC’s lone goal was scored by a Tampa defender on his own net. Lancaster added one blocked shot and one interception defensively. He was fouled twice and committed one foul.

Up next: Louisville City FC season complete.

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