Elliot Panicco photo courtesy Nashville SC
Your regular updates from Nashville SC players out on loan.
Winger David Accam
On loan to Hammarby IF in Sweden
Accam was an unused substitute in Hammarby’s 1-0 league win over AIK. He started and went 73 minutes in Hammarby’s 3-1 win over Hudiksvalls Förenade (a fifth-division club) in the second round of the Svenska Cupen. His team was leading 1-0 when he was substituted out, but he was uninvolved in the goal.
Accam was a 65th-minute substitute in Hammarby’s 4-3 win over Östersund in the Allsvenskan. He was fouled in the 77th minute, drawing a red card. From that point, his team turned a 2-3 deficit into the victory.
With the back-to-back league victories, Hammarby is up to fifth in the Allsvenskan.
Up next: Hammarby v. Sirius in the Allsvenskan • noon CDT Wednesday
Hammarby v. Mjällby in the Allsvenskan • 1 p.m. CDT Monday
Midfielder Irakoze Donasiyano
On loan to OKC Energy FC in USL Championship
Donasiyano remains out of the OKC squad with a lower-body injury. The team drew Birmingham Legion 0-0, then fell 4-0 at El Paso Locomotive.
Up next: OKC Energy FC @ FC Tulsa • 7 p.m. CDT Saturday (ESPN+)
Defender Tom Judge
On loan to Pittsburgh Riverhounds in USL Championship
The Riverhounds had a controversy in their 0-0 draw against THE Miami FC, with a game-winning goal incorrectly disallowed. The officiating error was so extreme that the contest will be replayed starting at the 67th minute (and the Riverhounds leading 1-0) tomorrow. Judge was not in the squad for the original game, and I believe that means he can’t play in the remaining portion tomorrow (though league rules, for obvious reasons, are vague on this specific situation).
Pittsburgh beat Charleston 2-1, with Judge (who recently suffered a head injury) out of the squad again.
Defender Miguel Nazarit
On loan to Independiente Santa Fe in Colombia
Nazarit was not in the squad for Independiente Santa Fe’s 2-0 loss to Millonarios in Categoria Primera A. He was still out of the squad for a 3-2 win over América de Calí in Superliga Colombiana play, which gave Independiente a 5-3 aggregate win over two legs. He was also not in the squad for a 2-1 win over Atlético Huila this past weekend.
Up next: Independiente Santa Fe v. Jaguares de Córdoba in Categoria Primera A • 4:00 p.m. CDT Thursday
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.
Panicco was not in the squad (he was injured in Bold’s previous outing), but Hinds started at LCB in a back-three and went 53 minutes in Austin’s 4-3 loss to Real Monarchs SLC. His team trailed 3-1 when he departed the lineup, and managed to draw level and go a man up (10-v-9!), but still gave up an 89th-minute equalizer. In his time on the pitch, Hinds completed 17/18 passes, won 2/6 duels (0/1 aerial), took one shot (blocked), blocked a shot defensively, and was fouled once. He appeared to be partially responsible for the third goal, not tracking back like a CB.
Both Panicco and Hinds missed Austin’s 3-0 loss to El Paso Locomotive. They each returned in a scoreless draw against San Antonio FC, with Panicco starting and going the distance, and Hinds entering as a halftime sub.
Panicco made five saves and cleared three crosses (caught one and punched two away). He completed 13/29 passes, with all but three attempts longballs. Hinds completed 9/11 passes, won 1/5 duels (0/1 aerial), attempted one unsuccessful cross, and created one chance.
Up next: Austin Bold v. Charlotte Independence • 7 p.m. CDT Saturday (ESPN+)