MANAGER RATING – Gary Smith – 6.0: Decided not to rotate as much as expected, and it really hurt the team in the first half. Made two positive changes at halftime and sent out a much-improved team after the break, but this team should not drop points like this and consistently does.
Michael Cox stepped to the spot on a chilly day in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and calmly slotted home Nashville SC’s first-ever USL goal.
It was the crowning achievement in a Nashville tenure that came to an end Thursday when the team traded him to Saint Louis FC for an international roster spot.
There’s no rest for the Gary.
Four days after outplaying FC Cincinnati [not just our opinion: check the stats], Nashville SC travels to Charlotte for a date with the ninth-place Independence, whom they defeated 2-0 at home in April.
Let’s get you ready for the match.
The city of Nashville has hosted a Stanley Cup Final, will welcome the 2019 NFL Draft and will soon be home to a Major League Soccer team.
Wednesday in Moscow, it moved one giant step closer to hosting the FIFA World Cup.
The United bid — a collaborative bid between the United States, Canada and Mexico — was chosen by FIFA Congress to host the 2026 World Cup. Nashville is one of 23 potential host cities, of which as many as 16 will be chosen.
Matt Pickens returned home to his former club and made them wish he’d missed his flight.
But it wouldn’t have mattered, because the Nashville keeper grew wings of his own and soared to some sensational saves Saturday in Tampa. It’s no surprise that he stands atop the Speedway Soccer Pod’s player ratings from the match.