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Late sub Accam delivers first MLS win for Nashville

Substitute David Accam scored in the 86th minute and Nashville SC secured its first-ever MLS victory on Wednesday night in Frisco, Texas, defeating FC Dallas 1-0 in both teams' first competitive matches in more than five months.

Nashville captain Dax McCarty picked up his 59th career MLS assist on the game's only goal, and his first with his fifth MLS team while playing against his first.

Joe Willis made five saves in the expansion club's third-ever MLS match, and the first since the COVID-19 pandemic brought the regular season to a halt in March.

Assistant Steve Guppy filled in as Nashville head coach in the victory. Head coach Gary Smith was forced to remain home because of a delay related to COVID-19 testing, though his results eventually came back negative.

Dallas (1-1-1, 4 points) and Nashville (1-2-0, 3 points) are getting a head start on the remaining 24 MLS teams in resuming their season in local markets after their own virus outbreaks prevented them from competing in the recently concluded MLS is Back Tournament. The other 24 teams played three regular-season matches as part of the event.

Dallas and Nashville will play again in Texas on Sunday before the rest of the league resumes play beginning Aug. 20.

Dallas led 15-7 in shots, and 5-4 in efforts on target, and looked the more likely to find a winning goal for most of the second half.

But four minutes after his entrance, Accam found himself played down the left flank by McCarty with the opportunity to run at a retreating defense. He cut in toward the penalty spot, then unleashed a low left-footed shot that appeared to redirect off the legs of center back Matt Hedges before it skipped past Jimmy Maurer and inside the right post.

Zdenek Ondrasek had a promising look at a stoppage-time equalizer for Dallas, but his chance from the left side of the penalty area was blocked by defender Walker Zimmerman. On t

Late sub Accam delivers first MLS win for Nashville

Substitute David Accam scored in the 86th minute and Nashville SC secured its first-ever MLS victory on Wednesday night, defeating hosts FC Dallas 1-0 in both teams' first competitive matches in more than five months.

Nashville captain Dax McCarty picked up his 59th career MLS assist on the game's only goal, and his first with his fifth MLS team while playing against his first.

Joe Willis made five saves in the expansion club's third-ever MLS match, and the first since the COVID-19 pandemic brought the regular season to a halt in March.

Assistant Steve Guppy filled in as Nashville head coach in the victory. Head coach Gary Smith was forced to remain home because of a delay related to COVID-19 testing, though his results eventually came back negative.

Dallas (1-1-1, 4 points) and Nashville (1-2-0, 3 points) are getting a head start on the remaining 24 MLS teams in resuming their season in local markets after their own virus outbreaks prevented them from competing in the recently concluded MLS is Back Tournament. The other 24 teams played three regular season matches as part of the event.

Dallas and Nashville will play again in Texas on Sunday before the rest of the league resumes play beginning Aug. 21.

Dallas led 15-7 in shots, and 5-4 in efforts on target, and looked the more likely to find a winning goal for most of the second half.

But four minutes after his entrance, Accam found himself played down the left flank by McCarty with the opportunity to run at a retreating defense. He cut in toward the penalty spot, then unleashed a low left-footed shot that appeared to redirect off the legs of center back Matt Hedges before it skipped past Jimmy Maurer and inside the right post.

Zdenek Ondrasek had a promising look at a stoppage-time equalizer for Dallas, but his chance from the left side of the penalty area was blocked by defender Walker Zimmerman. On the final ki

Nashville SC head coach Smith out after false positive

It was a number of positive COVID-19 tests that threw Nashville SC's inaugural season into chaos and now a false positive is causing the club more issues.

Nashville SC head coach Gary Smith was not with his club Wednesday's at Dallas for his team's first game in five months after a false positive COVID-19 test disrupted his travel plans. By the time the confusion was sorted out and he had two consecutive negative tests, he was unable to make it to the game.

Nashville SC and FC Dallas were meeting Wednesday one day after the MLS is Back Tournament was completed near Orlando, with the Portland Timbers earning a 2-1 victory over Orlando City in the title game. Neither Nashville SC nor FC Dallas played in the tournament because of multiple positive COVID-19 tests on their teams before the event started.

Assistant coach Steve Guppy took over coaching duties Wednesday in place of Smith. The teams are scheduled to meet again Sunday at Dallas with Smith expected to be on the bench. Nashville is set to play at home on Aug. 22 against Atlanta United FC.

--Field Level Media


Red Bulls add F Tetteh on loan

The New York Red Bulls signed Ghanaian national team forward Samuel Tetteh on loan from Red Bull Salzburg of the FC Austrian Bundesliga, the team announced Tuesday.

Tetteh, 24, will occupy an international slot on the Red Bulls' roster through the end of the 2020 season.



"Samuel is an exciting attacking player that our scouts have been following," Red Bulls head of sport Kevin Thelwell said in a statement. "He is strong physically and technically, and plays with a lot of confidence. He's got an intelligence in each phase of the game and we believe he'll fit in well with our group."

Tetteh has recorded more than 100 appearances across all competitions in Austria. He collected 19 goals and 15 assists in 86 appearances since joining LASK, a First Division Austrian Club, in the winter of 2018.

"Samuel is a very interesting attacking player," Red Bulls coach Chris Armas said. "He's intelligent, he can create on his own and can stretch backlines with his speed. We know that Samuel has big potential and we are excited to get to work with him."

--Field Level Media

Red Bulls add F Tetteh on loan

The New York Red Bulls signed Ghanaian national team forward Samuel Tetteh on loan from Red Bull Salzburg of the FC Austrian Bundesliga, the team announced Tuesday.

Reports: Inter Miami CF to sign M Matuidi

Inter Miami CF owner David Beckham will look to a former teammate for on-field leadership as the MLS expansion club will reportedly sign Juventus FC midfielder Baise Matuidi.

Sky Sport in Italy reported the signing as "a done deal," pending medicals, while ESPN reported it as "very close to being completed."

Matuidi has played the past three seasons at Juventus in the Italian Serie A. The club has won the last eight league titles.

Beckham and Matuidi played with each other in 2017 at Paris Saint-Germain. The 33-year-old Matuidi also helped France to the World Cup title in 2018.

Matuidi has just two assists and no goals in 35 regular-season games (23 starts) this season, and has six goals and five assists in his three seasons at Juventus combined. In seven seasons at Paris Saint-Germain he scored 23 regular-season goals with 14 assists. Over a 15-year career with four separate clubs he has 36 goals and 25 assists in 498 games played.

--Field Level Media

Reports: Inter Miami CF to sign M Matuidi

Inter Miami CF owner David Beckham will look to a former teammate for on-field leadership as the MLS expansion club will reportedly sign Juventus FC midfielder Baise Matuidi.

Nashville, Zimmerman agree to contract extension

Center back Walker Zimmerman signed a contract extension with Nashville SC through the 2023 season, the club announced Monday.

The team used Targeted Allocation Money to complete the deal, which includes a 2024 option.

Financial terms were not released.

"I couldn't be more excited to represent Nashville SC, on and off the pitch, for the next few years," Zimmerman, 27, said in a statement. "Nashville has shown that it embraces their sports teams with an unrivaled passion. We witnessed that firsthand at our inaugural game in February. My hope is to bring trophies to the city, and our fans, for years to come."

Nashville, in its first year in the league, acquired Zimmerman in February in a trade from LAFC, where he posted an All-Star season in 2019. He scored Nashville's first-ever, and so far only, goal.

The club is 0-2-0 on the season and didn't participate in the MLS is Back tournament after nine players tested positive for COVID-19.

"We acquired Walker knowing that he is one of, if not the top, center backs in Major League Soccer and the US men's national team pool," Nashville GM Mike Jacobs said. "He is an important piece of our club's present and future, and we wanted to commit ourselves to him to demonstrate that."

Zimmerman joined the MLS in 2013, playing for FC Dallas, and LAFC acquired him before the 2018 season. He won Supporters' Shield trophies with both teams.

In 142 regular-season MLS appearances (124 starts), he has 13 goals and three assists. He debuted with the USMNT in 2017 and has earned 12 caps, 11 as a starter.

--Field Level Media

Nashville, Zimmerman agree to contract extension

Center back Walker Zimmerman signed a contract extension with Nashville SC through the 2023 season, the club announced Monday.

Fire G Kronholm to miss season with torn ACL

Chicago Fire FC goalkeeper Kenneth Kronholm sustained a torn ACL in training and will undergo season-ending surgery, coach Raphael Wicky announced.

"Kenny is still under contract and he's a really good goalkeeper with a lot of experience and he will come back stronger," Wicky said in a conference call with reporters on Saturday, adding the injury occurred earlier in the week. "That's also the goal he set for himself directly after having the injury. On the same day he told me. He was very touched and emotional, but he's going to come back stronger."

Wicky announced that Bobby Shuttleworth, 33, will serve as the team's starting goalkeeper, with Connor Sparrow and Gabriel Slonina to stand in as backups.

"I'm happy with all three goalkeepers. I trust all three and we go from there," Wicky said.

Kronholm, 34, has posted a 7-9-9 record in 25 career MLS matches since joining Chicago following a transfer from Holstein Kiel in Germany on May 7, 2019. He owns a 1-3-1 mark in five matches this season for the Fire (1-3-1), who return to action on Aug. 20 when they visit the Columbus Crew.

In his 12th MLS season, Shuttleworth has a 65-82-36 record with the New England Revolution (2009-16) and Minnesota United (2017-19). He has yet to appear in a game with the Fire.

--Field Level Media

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