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Seth Stammler and John Wolyniec just missed the cut of the Top 10
It's hard to give credit to all the players that have made a great contribution to the Metrostars/Red Bulls over the years in a top 10 list, but here are four more that just missed out and deserve a mention.
Drafted with the last pick of the 2004 draft, but established himself as a starter in defense immediately for first season with the club.
In total, Parke played in 143 games for the club during his five season and was named into the clubs all-time XI.
The Staten Island Ronaldo was very much a crowd favourite throughout his three spells with the franchise for his tenacious work rate, attitude and "Thriller" goal celebrations.
Scored one of the greatest goals in league history with an over time winning volley against Columbus and also scored the only MLS Cup goal in franchise history in 2008.
Now retired, Woly coached with the clubs academy teams and was inducted into the inaugural class of the MetroFanatic Hall of Fame—the clubs prominent fans website.
Seth is third on the club's all-time appearance table with 157 and has played in just about every position for the team since he was drafted in 2004.
While not the most technically gifted player, his tough, aggressive style of play and outstanding attitude endeared him to fans before his retirement following the 2010 season.
Dave Van Den Bergh
The Dutch left winger only played two seasons for the Red Bulls, yet contributed so much that he was elected to the clubs all-time XI in 2010.
His major contributions came in the 2008 season, including a game winning goal in the playoffs which put the Red Bulls into their only MLS Cup Final.