Walker Zimmerman photo by Tim Sullivan/Club and Country
We’re at an international window, which means plenty of Nashville SC players headed out to wear the crests of their countries. Those, plus the typical loan contingent in this edition of Not Gold.
Midfielder Aníbal Godoy
On international duty with Panama
Godoy captained Panama against Costa Rica and went the distance in the 0-0 draw. He completed a team-high 58/64 passes in the match.
He repeated the captain/full-90 routine in the 3-0 win against Jamaica. He completed 36/37 passes and made one ball recovery as his team dominated the Reggae Boyz.
Up next: Panama v. Mexicoon World Cup Qualifying matchdate three • 7:05 p.m. CDT tonight (Paramount+)
Defender Alistair Johnston
On international duty with Canada
Johnston started and went the distance at right CB of a 3-5-2 in Canada’s 1-1 draw against Honduras. He completed 82.6% of his passes.
He started at right fullback in a back four (though Canada ultimately switched to a 3-5-2) against the United states, the second straight 1-1 draw for the Canucks. He completed 16/20 passes and committed three fouls.
Up next: Canada v. El Salvador on World Cup Qualifying matchdate three • 6:30 p.m. CDT tonight (Paramount+)
Winger Randall Leal
On international duty with Costa Rica
Leal started in Costa Rica’s 0-0 draw against Panama, taking no shots and committing one foul. He was subbed off – stretchered off, even – with an injury in the 73rd minute, but it ultimately proved to be cramping.
Leal would go on to start and play 81 minutes in Costa Rica’s 1-0 loss to Mexico, completing 84.6% of his passes and contributing one key pass.
Up next: Costa Rica v. Jamaica on World Cup Qualifying matchdate three • 8:00 p.m. CDT tonight (Paramount+)
Defender Walker Zimmerman
On international duty with the United States
Zimmerman has not seen the pitch through two games for the United States in the World Cup Qualifying window, a 0-0 draw against El Salvador and a 1-1 outing against Canada.
Up next: United States @ Honduras on World Cup Qualifying matchdate three • 9:30 p.m. CDT tonight (Paramount+/Telemundo/Universo)
Winger David Accam
On loan to Hammarby IF in Sweden
Hammarby is on break over the international window. Accam was not called to Ghana’s national team.
Up next: Hammarby v. Djurgåden in the Allsvenskan • 8 a.m. CDT Sunday
Midfielder Irakoze Donasiyano
On loan to OKC Energy FC in USL Championship
Donasiyano was not in the squad as Oklahoma City knocked off Memphis 901 FC by a 1-0 score Wednesday, nor as the Energy took a short bench to Sporting KC II Sunday for a 3-0 loss.
Up next: OKC Energy FC v. Louisville City FC • 5:00 p.m. CDT Sunday (ESPN+)
Defender Tom Judge
On loan to Pittsburgh Riverhounds in USL Championship
Judge was in the starting lineup, but subbed off at halftime following a 45th-minute yellow card during the Riverhounds’ 1-0 win against New York Red Bulls II. He completed 14/23 passes, won 8/10 duels (including his only aerial), made four tackles, two interceptions, and a clearance, and won two fouls.
He once again played the first 45 at .left wingback in a 3-5-2 as Pittsburgh drew San Antonio 1-1 on the road. He completed 7/14 passes, won 2/5 duels (0/2 aerial), made two interceptions and was fouled twice.
Up next: Pittsburgh Riverhounds v. Loudoun United • 6:00 p.m. CDT Saturday (ESPN+)
Defender Miguel Nazarit
On loan to Independiente Santa Fe in Colombia
Santa Fe beat Atlético Bucaramanga 1-0 in the second leg of a Copa Colombiana match, advancing in the tournament. El León went on to draw Independiente Medellín 0-0 in league play. Nazarit was not named to the squad for either match.
Up next: Independiente Santa Fe v. Atlético Nacional in Copa Colombiana • 8:05 p.m. CDT tonight
Defender Nick Hinds and goalkeeper Elliot Panicco
On season-long loans to Austin Bold FC in USL Championship. Nashville has right of recall if necessary.
Hunds was not in the squad (for the second straight game), but Panicco went the full 90 in Austin’s 2-1 win against San Antonio FC. The keeper made three saves to earn the win, completed 13/23 passes (with Bold only playing short once), won is only aerial duel, and made one clearance.
Up next: Austin Bold v. New Mexico United • 9 p.m. CDT Friday (ESPN+)