As New York City FC‘s season moves on, roster cuts are to be made and it comes to no surprise that forward Adam Nemec is one of those cuts. Both parties accepted to part ways as it was evident that Nemec wasn’t the right fit. The Slovak international played in nine matches, starting in eight of them and made no impact. Nemec hasn’t tallied any goals or assists during his time at Yankee Stadium
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His place became more in doubt after the sudden emergence of 22-year old striker Kwadwo Poku. The last game that Nemec played for NYCFC was on June 28th in a 2-1 away win against the Montreal Impact. Nemec joined NYCFC on January 25th after he terminated his contract with Union Berlin.
Nemec has had a habit of bouncing from club to club, so NYCFC is not too surprised with his move. The mutual agreement was part of the fact that Nemec stroke a deal with Dutch Eredivisie club Willem II fifteen minutes before the summer transfer window closed yesterday.
For NYCFC, they will have to move on with four strikers, including one injured. David Villa, Patrick Mullins, Khiry Shelton and the injured Tony Taylor are the only strikers left. Head coach Jason Kreis shouldn’t have a problem as he’s only deployed Villa in most of his matches and Mullins a handful of times.