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Nashville SC announce television broadcast crew for inaugural MLS season

When Major League Soccer resumes play, Nashville SC have their broadcast team in place for their inaugural season.

Tony Husband will handle play-by-play duties, former MLS player Jamie Watson will be the color analyst and Lori Lindsey will be between the benches as the sideline reporter.

During the stoppage due to the coronavirus pandemic, Husband, Watson and Lindsey will be active contributors to Nashville SC’s creative content team.

Husband spent the last 20 years with the BBC, covering soccer’s biggest competitions and leagues as we as some of the most iconic BBC Sports programs and major events including the Olympics, the FA Cup Final, Champions League football, World Athletics Series and Wimbledon.

Watson, who played for Real Salt Lake, FC Dallas, Orlando City SC and Minnesota United during a 12-year career, arrives after spending the last two years as an analyst for Minnesota United matches.

He’s also done regular TV work with MLS, International Champions Cup, USL Championship, Big East Network, Big 10 Network, FS2 and was a part of the 2019 MLS Cup playoff coverage on ESPN.

Lindsey’s playing career spanned 13 years, including competing for the US women’s national team in the 2011 Women’s World Cup in Germany, and helping the team earn the 2012 Olympic Gold Medal in London.

Lindsey, one of only four players to have played in all three U.S. professional women’s soccer leagues, is also a soccer analyst for the National Women’s Soccer League and ESPN.