Boys in Gold crash in Charleston

Alan Winn photo from file. Tim Sullivan/For Club and Country Nashville SC’s return to the road didn’t go well, with Charleston Battery taking a 3-1 victory in MUSC stadium. The hosts struck early, then capitalized on mistakes by Nashville in the second half to compound the lead before a late penalty kick by Daniel Ríos provided the smallest bit of consolation for Nashville. There was … Continue reading Boys in Gold crash in Charleston

Nashville SC game preview 2019: At Charleston Battery

Nashville SC hasn’t beaten Charleston Battery in two tries (they’ve tied both previous meetings). Can the Boys in Gold turn the tide in the first meeting of 2019? The essentials Opponent: Charleston Battery (2-1-2), 10th place USL East • 10th place USL Championship power ratings Time, Location: Saturday, April 20 6:30 p.m. CDT (7:30 p.m. Local)  • MUSC Stadium, Charleston, S.C. Weather: 64ºF, 0% chance of rain, 48% humidity, … Continue reading Nashville SC game preview 2019: At Charleston Battery

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Charleston Battery preview: Q&A with Soccer n Sweet Tea

What is there to know about the 2019 Charleston Battery? We go to the source. Drew Bartow writes about the team on Soccer n Sweet Tea, and he took the time to answer some questions in advance of tomorrow’s match. For Club and Country: It would be unfair to say the season has gone poorly so far, but it might not be up to the Battery’s … Continue reading Charleston Battery preview: Q&A with Soccer n Sweet Tea

The Wrap: Nashville SC 2-0 Memphis 901 FC

Welcome to The Wrap, wherein I recap the content from last week’s Nashville SC game. Local content Halftime reset and Game story: Doubling the advantage was more than enough, and Memphis couldn’t mount a serious attack – they only had a couple all evening, with two solid saves from Nashville keeper Matt Pickens – to pull one back. It had been a frustrating night to … Continue reading The Wrap: Nashville SC 2-0 Memphis 901 FC

From the film room: Forward ambition

Last year’s Nashville SC team was extremely sound defensively, but left something to be desired when it came to offensive punch. This year’s squad has been even better defensively to date (0.4 GPG allowed, compared to 0.91 last season), but has also managed to make vast strides offensively. Indeed, while last year the Boys in Gold scored 1.24 goals per game, this year’s unit is at … Continue reading From the film room: Forward ambition