MLS Elite - November 2014
Oklahoma City FC 2 - 2 Nashville FC
It looked like Oklahoma City would win this one handily with Aaron Wheeler's brace, but Dan O'Brien and Dennis Chin responded with goals to salvage a draw.
Christian Duke was named to MLSE Team of the Week.
MLS Cup 2nd Round
Nashville FC 2 - 3 Minnesota United
Minnesota United is notable for Miguel Ibarra, who was called up to the US national team despite playing in "second division" NASL, although he now plays for Leon in Mexico IRL. Minnesota United is a strong team compared to us and on this day they were better although we battled hard, we just made too many mistakes and dug too big a hole.
FC Edmonton 1 - 2 Nashville FC
Another massive trip to play a game on short rest. After a dull first half, Jon Gruenewald responds to encouragement by scoring a goal to take the lead. Tomi Amoebi equalizes for Edmonton, but Stefan Jerome gives us the lead again. Edmonton pull the goalie late for a final corner, but it's knocked away and we get a vital road win.
Nashville FC 1 - 1 New Orleans Jesters
A bore draw, although we would've lost if Stefan Jerome didn't score a sensational goal.
Nashville FC 3 - 0 San Francisco City FC
Michael Kafari and Michael Tetteh don't usually score, but they did to lead Nashville FC to victory this match, and Stefan Jerome capped the game with a goal of his own.
Kyle Manscuk and Michael Kafari were named to the Team of the Week!
FC Wichita 1 - 1 Nashville FC
We got lucky when Jordan Stewart missed a penalty for Wichita. Calen Carr took the lead for Wichita, and it looked like they would win, but 35-year old Serbian Boris Milicic came off the bench to score from 25 yards and salvage a point.
MLS Elite Table
We are in 2nd in our conference, but look at Indy Eleven! They have gone a half season undefeated. How long will they continue to go? They have to be the favorites for the playoffs at this point.