Elliot Panicco photo courtesy Nashville SC/Major League Soccer
Welcome to Boys in Not Gold, taking a look at Nashville SC’s players who are currently away on assignment. We take it at the top with a first goal at the international level.
Winger David Accam
On year-long loan to Hammarby IF in Sweden
Hammarby drew Häcken 1-1. Accam came on as a 67th-minute substitute, and nearly assisted a game-winner, but the pass was off by just enough to set Astrit Selmani up for a difficult finish, and he couldn’t convert.
Up next: Hamarby v. Sirius • Saturday, 8 a.m. CDT
Defender Miguel Nazarit
On season-long loan to Independiente Santa Fe in Colombia
Nazarit was not in the squad for Santa Fe’s 2-1 loss to Fluminese in the Copa Libertadores Group stage, nor for the domestic league Apertura match against Junior F.C. With the 0-0 draw in the latter contest, Santa Fe loses 3-1 on aggregate, and its Categoria Primera A season is over, with only continental play remaining this Spring.
Up next: Santa Fe v. River Plate (Argentina) • Wednesday, 7:00 p.m. CDT in Copa Libertadores Group D
Goalkeeper Elliot Panicco and Defender Nick Hinds
There has been no official announcement yet, but both Panicco and Hinds are expected to continue developing in USL with Austin Bold. Panicco’s destination was first reported by The Striker Texas bad in February, while Hinds broke his own news on his Instagram profile.
Austin’s regular season does not begin for another couple weeks, and presumably the official announcements will be made by then.
Up next: Austin Bold FC @ New Mexico United • May 15
Defender Tom Judge
With James Madison University through spring NCAA season.
The Dukes lost to No. 18 UCF in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, ending their spring season. Judge started in the 2-1 loss, but was subbed out in the 32nd minute (after fighting minor injuries late in the regular season).
Up next: Judge’s college career has come to an end. Up next will be Nashville (or a loan out)
Goalkeeper Tor Saunders
With Coastal Carolina for the spring NCAA season.
The Chants lost to No. 5 Wake Forest 3-2 in the NCAA Tournament’s second round. Saunders made two saves, and one of the three that he allowed was an own-goal by one of his teammates.
Up next: Saunders’s college career is over. Up next will be Nashville (or a loan out)
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