MLS Game Guide for tonight’s Crew-New York Red Bulls Match

COLUMBUS CREW vs. NEW YORK RED BULLS FIELD, Columbus, Ohio Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021 (Week 25, MLS Game #316)
7:30 p.m. ET (Bally Sports OH; MSG)


Crew 24 7-11-6 27 27 33
at home 11 5-3-3 18 19 16
Red Bulls 21 6-10-5 23 24 26
on road 10 1-7-2 5 10 17


ALL-TIME: Crew SC 30 wins, 93 goals …
Red Bulls 31 wins, 104 goals … Ties 12
AT COLUMBUS: Crew SC 17 wins, 49 goals …
Red Bulls 12 wins, 47 goals … Ties 7
2021 (MLS):
8/18: NYR 1, CLB 0 (Tolkin 33)


REFEREE: Jair Marrufo.
AR1 (bench): Peter Balciunas; AR2 (opposite): Jeffrey Greeson;
4th: Fotis Bazakos; VAR: Carol Anne Chenard; AVAR: Craig Lowry


SUSPENDED AFTER TWO YELLOW CARDS: CLB: Erik Hurtado, Pedro Santos … NYR: Sean Davis,
Cristian Casseres Jr., Tom Edwards, Fabio, Amro Tarek, Dru Yearwood
INJURED LIST: CLB: Aidan Morris … NYR: Aaron Long (SEI)



3 S U P P O R T E R S ‘ S H I E L D S • 1 1 S T R A I G H T P L A Y O F F A P P E A R A N C E S • 3 8 9 P O I N T S A T R B A S I N C E 2 0 1 0


The New York Red Bulls (6-10-5, 23 points) embark on a two-match road trip starting with Columbus
Crew (7-11-6, 27 points) on Tuesday, September 14. Kickoff at Field is set for 7:30 p.m. ET
with coverage on MSG, MSG GO and New York Red Bulls Radio in English and Spanish via TuneIn, the
New York Red Bulls app and
• Coverage on MSG begins at 7 p.m. ET with the Red Bulls Pregame show. Steve Cangialosi will have the
primary play-by-play responsibilities and will be alongside Shep Messing and Michelle Gingras.
• New York Red Bulls Radio begins at 6:30 p.m. EST with Countdown to Kickoff, presented by
Honda, hosted by Matt Harmon and Steve Jolley. Stefano Fusaro will carry the Spanish play-by-play
responsibilities, beginning at 7 p.m. EST.
• This will be the second meeting of the season between New York and Columbus, after New York
defeated the Crew, 1-0, on August 18 at Red Bull Arena. Midfielder John Tolkin scored his first career MLS
goal and the game-winning goal. Goalkeeper Carlos Coronel recorded his sixth shutout of the season and
his fifth at Red Bull Arena. Since August 18, the Crew have lost three of four matches, with their only win
over that stretch coming against F.C. Cincinnati (3-2) on August 27.
• Midfielder Dru Yearwood scored his first career MLS goal on Saturday against D.C. United. This was
New York’s quickest goal scored this season in the 5th minute of action. The Red Bulls have now recorded
six goals from outside the box this season, which ranks tied for fourth in MLS. Five of the six goals have
been scored at Red Bull Arena.
• Following Tuesday’s match, New York will face Inter Miami CF for the first time this season at DRV PNK
Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET on FS1, FOX Deportes, and New York Red Bulls Radio in
English and Spanish via TuneIn, the New York Red Bulls app and


• New York will be looking to build off their 1-1 draw
against D.C. United on September 11.
• Dru Yearwood scored his first career MLS goal and
the quickest goal recorded by New York this season.
• Forward Patryk Klimala tallied his fifth assist of
the season, which was his first since July 3 against
Orlando City SC.
• Carlos Coronel has recorded six shutouts this
season, which includes five at Red Bull Arena. .
• Coronel’s six shutouts this year ranks tied for fourth
in MLS.
• Harrison, N.J. native Omar Sowe made his MLS
debut on September 11.
• Defender Kyle Duncan is ranked first in MLS in duels
won (190).
• Daniel Royer is New York’s active goal-scoring
leader with 39 goals and is currently tied for fifth in
franchise history with Clint Mathis.
• With 50 goals across all competitions, Royer is just
two goals shy of tying Thierry Henry for fourth all-time
in club history for goals across all competitions at New
• New York is one clean sheet shy of tallying 200 MLS
regular season clean sheets in franchise history.
• Nine of New York’s 10 losses have been one-goal
losses. The Red Bulls lone multi-goal loss was against
New England when they went down to 10-men due to
a red card.
• Captain Sean Davis is New York’s active assist
leader with 20 MLS regular-season assists. He is
just four assists away from breaking the club’s top-10
all-time list.
• Davis ranks first in MLS in recoveries (212) and
possession won (212) this season.
• Davis tied Dane Richards Carlos Mendes for fifth
place in franchise history for MLS regular-season
matches played (159).


*as of Sunday, September 12, 4 pm ET
Ryan Meara (groin)
Aaron Long (achilles)
Health and Safety Protocols
A player may be listed as “Questionable” or “Out”
due to Health and Safety Protocols for the following
• Quarantine due to participating in high risk behavior.
• Quarantine related to being a high risk close contact.
• Pending COVID-19 test results.
• An inconclusive COVID-19 test result.
• A positive COVID-19 test or a confirmed case of
• Other illness not related to COVID-19.


• Play-by-Play: Steve Cangialosi
• Analyst: Shep Messing
• Sideline/Studio: Michelle Gingras
App: New York Red Bulls | Online:
• Play-by-Play: Matt Harmon
• Analyst: Steve Jolley
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• Play-by-Play: Stefano Fusaro
• Twitter: @NewYorkRedBulls
• Instagram: @NewYorkRedBulls
• Facebook: /NewYorkRedBulls


The last time that the New York Red Bulls met Columbus Crew was on Wednesday, August
18 at Red Bull Arena.
Columbus almost opened up the scoring in the 3rd minute of play, when defender
Harrison Afful delivered in a cross to the near post, but New York goalkeeper Carlos
Coronel was able to make a quick reaction save to prevent a goal.
In the 22nd minute, New York midfielder John Tolkin sent a corner into Columbus’s
eighteen-yard box, which found the head of Fabio. His header going toward the near post
was stopped by Columbus goalkeeper Elroy Room.
With twelve minutes left in the first half, New York found the first goal of the match from
Tolkin, which was his first career MLS goal. Fabio and Andrew Gutman were credited with
the assist.
Five minutes before halftime, Columbus forward Gyasi Zardes got behind New York’s
backline and was one-on-one with Coronel, but Coronel saved Zarde’s attempt.
Goalkeeper Carlos Coronel recorded four saves and earned his sixth shutout of the
season, including his fifth at Red Bull Arena.
New York won the match, 1-0, and snapped a seven-game winless streak to earn their first
victory since July 3.


• Derrick Etienne Jr is a former New York Red Bulls homegrown, who was signed to the first team in
2016 but joined the Red Bulls Academy as a U-14 player in 2009.
• Columbus forward Bradley Wright-Phillips played for the Red Bulls from 2013 to 2019. He is the
all-time leader in goals (108), shots (535), shots on goal (254), game-winning goals (28), hat tricks (5),
and multi-goal games (21). He is second all-time in minutes played (14,730), games played (195), and
games started (164).


1 – Daniel Royer
1 – John Tolkin
2 – Daniel Royer
1 – Fabio
1 – Andrew Gutman
1- Sean Davis
7 – Ryan Meara
4 – Carlos Coronel
2 – Carlos Coronel
2 – Carlos Coronel
1 – Ryan Meara

• Since Red Bull Arena opened in 2010,
the Red Bulls have the best home record
in MLS, with the most home wins and
MLS Best Home Record Since 2010

  1. New York Red Bulls 117-34-38 389
  2. Seattle Sounders FC 116-39-36 384
  3. FC Dallas 107-26-56 377
  4. Real Salt Lake 108-32-49 373
  5. LA Galaxy 107-44-39 360
    • New York is 26-15-7 in the last 47
    matches at Red Bull Arena across all
    competitions. The Red Bulls have
    outscored their opponents, 65-42, during
    the stretch.
    • The Red Bulls recorded their 23rd league
    match with at least four goals at Red Bull
    Arena and 25th across all competitions
    against the Montreal Impact on
    September 27, 2020. New York has been
    held scoreless at Red Bull Arena in just 25
    league matches and 30 matches across all
    • New York has recorded 77 shutouts over
    the last 10-plus seasons at Red Bull Arena.
    Carlos Coronel recorded his fifth career MLS
    clean sheet at RBA against Columbus
    Crew on Wednesday. Luis Robles leads
    all Red Bull goalkeepers who have
    played at RBA with 49. Bouna Coundoul
    (8), Ryan Meara (5), Greg Sutton (4), Bill
    Gaudette (3) and Frank Rost (3) have also
    contributed clean sheets.
    • New York’s 77 shutouts at home since
    2010 are the most in MLS.

• Red Bulls Captain Sean Davis is currently
ranked in the Top 10 in MLS in tackles
won, recoveries, and possession won
this season under Head Coach Gerhard
• Davis is one of two Red Bulls players that
has played in every minute this season
• He ranks tied for eighth in tackles won
(36) and first in recoveries (212) and
possession won (212) in MLS this season.
• In 2018 and 2019, he did not rank in the
Top 10 of any of those categories in MLS
at this point in the season.

• New York Red Bulls defender John Tolkin
moved to the central midfield position
for the first time in New York’s August 8
match against Chicago Fire FC.
• Tolkin recorded his first MLS goal against
Columbus Crew on Wednesday, August
• During this timepsan, Tolkin is tied for the

team lead in chances created (9), first in
passes completed (175), fourth in dules
won (24), and third in possession won

• New York will play six matches in 19 days,
with three being at Red Bull Arena and
the other three being on the road.
• Three of the five opponents currently sit
above the playoff line in 4th, 5th, and 6th
• This month will feature two New York
Derby’s on September 22 and September
• This will be the first time in franchise
history that New York Derby’s will take
place in back-to-back matches.

• New York has surrended 26 goals this
season in 21 matches, with 17 of them
being allowed from the run of play and
nine being from other opportunities,
including three penalties.
• The Red Bulls have only allowed nine
goals at Red Bull Arena this season, which
is tied for third in MLS. Two of the goals
allowed at RBA this season have been
• Since August 4, New York has only
conceded six goals, which is tied for third
lowest in MLS during that timespan.
• New York has only allowed 20 shots on
target in that timespan, which is the
second lowest in MLS.
• New York leads MLS in tackles with 440
and is tied for fourth in interceptions with 303.

• New York Red Bulls signed Omar Sowe
and AJ Marcucci to MLS contracts on
September 11.
• Sowe has tallied 15 goals and two assists
in 41 appearances for New York Red Bulls
II over the last three seasons.
• Sowe played for Red Bulls Academy in
2019, where he scored nine goals in 15
• The Harrison, NJ native recorded 89 goals
and 67 assists for Harrison High School.
He was a two time NJSCAA All-State
selection and earned Section 2 Player of
the Year honors in 2018.
• Marcucci tallied a team-high 26 saves for
New York Red Bulls II during this season.
• The West Chester, PA native was a threeyear starter at Connecticut College. He
holds the school record for 25 clean
sheets throughout his career.
• Marcucci was named to the NCAA All

America First Team both by United Soccer
Coaches and

• New York has posted a 19-10-11 mark
since 2018 in matches after a loss.
• In losses at Red Bull Arena, the Red Bulls
have a 8-3-3 mark in their following
match at Red Bull Arena.
• They have outscored their opponents,
22-12, in those matches.
• When New York has had 11 vs. 11 match
for all 90 minutes this season, all of their
losses are one-goal losses.
• Three of those losses have come to
Eastern Conference leader New England
Revolution, while two others have come
to 2nd place in the West (Sporting KC)
and 3rd place in the West (LA Galaxy).

• Cristian Cásseres Jr. has scored five goals
from outside the box for New York Red
Bulls out of the nine he has scored for the
• Current players that have scored goals
outside of the box: Casseres, Jr. (5), Daniel
Royer (2), Kyle Duncan (2), Frankie Amaya
(1), Wiki Carmona (1), Caden Clark (1),
Sean Davis (1), and Dru Yearwood (1).
• New York currently ranks tied for third in
MLS with six goals scored outside of the
box this season.
• Five of the goals from outside the box
this season have been scored at Red Bull

• Since losing Aaron Long on May 15,
the Red Bulls backline has only allowed
20 goals in 16 games. The backline has
featured 11 different players this season.
• Among these players includes 18-year-old
left back John Tolkin. Since making his first
start on May 29, he ranks tied for 12th in
MLS in crosses/corner successful.
• Duncan ranks first in the MLS in duels
won with 190, tied for third in tackles won
with 39 and possession won with 185,
sixth in interceptions with 42, and tied for
seventh in recoveries with 185.
• This season the Red Bulls have featured
20 different Starting XI’s in 21 matches.

• Since 2014, New York has tallied the
second most points in the league (391).
• New York clinched a berth in the MLS
Cup Playoffs for the 11th straight season
and 21st overall. The 11 consecutive
postseason berths is the second longest

streak, both active and all-time in league
history, behind Seattle’s 12-straight
berths. The Red Bulls 21 playoff
appearances are the most in league
history, having missed just four times
(1997, ’99, 2002, & 2009)
• The Red Bulls qualified for the
postseason for the 11th-consecutive year,
the longest stretch among major sports
teams in the New York metro area in 2020.
• New York recorded its 10th-straight
season with 10-plus wins following its 1-0
win over Orlando City in 2019. The Red
Bulls are just one of three teams to have
an active streak of 10 or more seasons
with 10-plus wins. (Seattle – 11, Real Salt
Lake – 10).
• The Red Bulls seven-straight 50-plus
point seasons is tied for the longest
streak in MLS history. New York tied the
LA Galaxy for the longest streak in league
history with seven straight 50+ point
campaigns during the 2018 season.
• Points from 2014-Present
RBNY Seattle FC Dallas Portland
2014 50 64 54 49
2015 60 51 60 53
2016 57 48 60 44
2017 50 53 46 53
2018 71 59 57 54
2019 48 56 48 49
2020 32 39 34 39
2021 23 45 26 30
Total 391 413 385 371

• Caden Clark picked up where he left off in
2020, opening New York’s team scoring
ledger with the first goal of 2021 against
SKC on April 17. In 18 matches across all
competitions, he has tallied seven goals.
Clark has five goals in his 10 starts across
all competitions.
• 17-year-old Clark signed his MLS contract
a few hours prior to make his first MLS
start and subsequently scoring his first
MLS goal in the 47th minute against
Atlanta United on Saturday, October 10,
• Clark is the fifth youngest player in MLS
history to score on his MLS debut:

  1. Jesus Ferreira (FC Dallas): June 3, 2017 (16 yrs,
    161 days)
  2. Diego Fagundez (New England): Aug. 6, 2011
    (16 yrs, 173 days)
    3 . Jack McBean (LA Galaxy): Oct. 23, 2011 (16 yrs,
    312 days)
  3. Fuad Ibrahim (Toronto FC): July 12, 2008 (16 yrs,
    332 days)
  4. Caden Clark (NY Red Bulls): Oct. 10, 2020 (17
    yrs, 136 days)
    • Clark became the third-youngest goal
    scorer in franchise history at 17 years,
    136 days, behind Eddie Gaven (16 years,
    253 days) and Jozy Altidore (16 years, 314

• Following Clark’s back-to-back goals
against Atlanta and Toronto to begin his
MLS ledger, he became the youngest player
in league history to score in his first two
career MLS regular-season matches.
• Clark continued his regular-season success
with his first playoff goal in his first playoff
game. At 17 years, 178 days, he is the
youngest player to score in the MLS Cup
Playoffs since Jozy Altidore (16 years, 357
days), also for New York on October 29,
2006 vs D.C.

• Austrian-native Gerhard Struber was
named the Head Coach of the New York
Red Bulls last season, prior to New York’s
playoff match against Columbus
• Struber became the first head coach in MLS
history to begin as a manager in the MLS
Cup Playoffs.
• Struber is New York’s 17th different head
coach in the franchise’s history, previously
holding stints at Barnsley F.C. (English
Championship Division) and Wolfsberger
AC (Austrian Bundesliga).
• Struber earned his first win as an MLS
manager on Saturday, May 1 against
Chicago, 2-0, at Red Bull Arena.
• He has tallied a win for three different
top-flight clubs in his career, which include
Barnsley FC and Wolfsberger AC.

• New York has made 14 additions to the
squad since October of 2020 and 12
acquisitions since the turn of the calendar.
• Since the beginning of 2021, the Red Bulls
have added two forwards, five midfielders,
four defenders and one goalkeeper.
• Of the 12 new additions since the start of
the new year, nine haave made the Starting
XI (Coronel, Diarra, Fábio, Reyes, Carmona,
Gutman, Amaya, Klimala, and Edwards).
• The average age of the 11 acquisitions
since the beginning of 2021 is 20.9 years
• The 11 new additions are a diverse group
that span eight different countries, which
include: Brazil, Colombia, England, Mali,
Poland, Venezuela, Uruguay and the US.

ROYER VS. THE LEAGUE • Daniel Royer has scored against 21 of the
25 MLS teams. He recently checked off Inter
Miami on Sept. 23, 2020.
• Including expansion-side Nashville SC,
Royer’s final teams he needs to complete
his list are FC Dallas, Houston, and Orlando
• Royer looks to become just the third player

in league history to score against every
active MLS team they have faced.
• San Jose striker Chris Wondolowski is the
only player in the league to score against
every active MLS team, which includes
the Earthquakes AND Chivas USA, not
including expansion-side FC Cincinnati
(May 4). Atlanta forward Josef Martinez has
scored against every team, besides his own
and expansion-sides Nashville SC and Inter
Miami CF.
• The Austrian winger currently sits sixth
among New York’s all-time scorers with 39
MLS regular-season goals, which is tied for
fifth all-time in franchise history with Clint
• Royer strung together three consecutive
seasons (2017-19) of at least 10 goals and
has scored 39 goals in 112 matches since
coming to MLS in the Summer of 2016.

• Since the Red Bulls implemented their
high-press system in 2015, New York is
84-18-23 when scoring the first goal of
the match, while going 15-55-13 when
allowing the first goal of the game.
• New York is 6-4-3 when scoring the first
goal and 0-6-0 while allowing the first goal
in 2021.
• In the last two season, New York has
gone 8-2-3 (2020) and 12-4-2 (2019) when
scoring first.

CAPTAIN AMERICA • Defender Aaron Long has been a main
fixture of the United States Men’s National
team since his debut on October 17, 2018,
accumulating 21 appearances and 1,713
minutes played..
• Since Gregg Berhalter was named head
coach of the national team, Long has
started 19 of 25 matches with three goals
and two assists in 1,533 minutes played.
• Long has worn the captain’s armband in
five of the 19 games he has started in. The
USMNT is 5-0-0 with five clean sheats and
have outscored their opponent, 19-0, while
Long captain’s the team.

• Holmdel, New Jersey, native Sean Davis was
named New York’s 13th different captain
in franchise history on Feb. 27, 2020. He
became the first New York Homegrown to
garner the full-time armband.
• Davis has not only surpassed Connor Lade
as New York’s Homegrown leader in MLS
games played (138), MLS games started
(107) and MLS minutes played (9,556), he
surpassed Alex Muyl against Toronto FC on
Nov. 8 for the franchise’s Homegrown lead

in MLS assists with 19 .
• Coming through the Red Bulls system, Davis
was part of the Red Bulls U-23 team that
captured the NPSL Championship in 2014.
He capped off the season as a starter in the
championship match and assisted the gamewinning goal. Davis also spent two seasons
with the Red Bulls U-18s, starting 50 matches,
which included a team-best 31 starts in his
second season.
• Davis made his first MLS appearance in 2015,
with four starts and 14 appearances in his
rookie campaign. He’s gone on to log over
9,000 minutes across 130 games played in
MLS action.
• Across Concacaf Champions League and
U.S. Open Cup play, Davis has also been a
mainstay. He logged eight starts and nine
appearances in Open Cup play, while also
serving as team captain in 2018. He’s seen
action in 16 CCL matches as well, dating back
to 2016 group stages

• New York has seven members of their current
roster develop with USL Championship-side
New York Red Bulls II before becoming key
pieces of the 2021 New York Red Bulls, which
include Aaron Long, Sean Davis, Cristian Cásseres
Jr., Tom Barlow, and Caden Clark.
• Long came to New York via Seattle Sounders
2 in 2016 as a midfielder before being
converted to center back. The Oak Hills,
California, native spent one season with NYRB
II, tallying 26 games and four goals in 2016
before being promoted in 2017.
• Davis, who was signed to a Homegrown
Contract in 2015, spent two seasons between
the first team and second team and recorded
11 matches with NYRB II before promotion to
a full-time starter in 2017.
• Long and Davis were a part of the Red Bulls II
championship run in 2016.
• Barlow (Wisconsin) was drafted in 2018 and

spent the full season with Red Bulls II, scoring
10 goals during that campaign. He returned
in 2019, scoring 11 goals in 15 appearances,
before earning a first team contract.
• Cásseres Jr. was acquired from Deportivo La
Guaira in 2018 and produced three goals and
two assists in 26 matches.

• The 2020 season opener was no different
than how last season’s offensive production
went as four different players contributed
to the statsheet. Kyle Duncan (1G/2A), Danny
Royer (1G/1A) and Kaku (1G) all contributed
offensively. The next two matches have
seen New York record their fourth and fifth
different goal scorers as Cristian Cásseres Jr.
tallied the Red Bulls lone goal vs. RSL and
Valot scored the game winner against Atlanta.
• Caden Clark became New York’s 12th different
goal scorer in 18 games with his game winner
against Atlanta on October 10, 2020.
• RBNY saw production from almost every
player that was on a first-team contract in
league play during the 2019 season. Of the 29
New York players, 26 players saw action on the
field, which was the most in MLS for a single
team in 2019.
• The Red Bulls saw 18 different players find
the back of the net, which set a new franchise
record and tied the league record set by D.C.
in 2016. In 2018 when New York tallied 62
goals, there was 14 different goal scorers and
17 assist makers.

D – Lucas Monzón (8/5/21 – loan from Danubio FC)
F – Patryk Klimala (4/22/21 – signed from Celtic FC)
M – Frankie Amaya (4/20/21 – signed from FC Cincy)
D – Andrew Gutman (3/9/21 – loan from Atlanta United)
M – Cameron Harper (3/5/21 – signed from Celtic FC)
M – Youba Diarra (3/1/21 – loan from RB Salzburg)
GK – Carlos Coronel (2/26/21 – loan from RB Salzburg)
M – Bento Estrela (2/9/21 – signed to Homegrown
F – Fabio (2/5/21 – loan from Oeste FC)
D – Tom Edwards (1/27/21 – loan from Stoke City)
M – Wiki Carmona (1/25/21 – signed from Academia
Dynamo FC)
D – Andres Reyes (1/18/21 – signed from Atlético
GK – Luca Lewis (12/11/20 – signed from NYRB II)
M – Caden Clark (10/10/20 – signed from NYRB II)
M – Dru Yearwood (8/5/20 – signed from Brentford)
D – Jason Pendant (3/10/20 – signed from FC SochauxMontbéliard
D – Mandela Egbo (1/30/20 – signed from SV
Darmstadt 98)
GK – David Jensen (1/29/20 – signed from FC Utrecht)
D – John Tolkin (1/14/20 – signed to Homegrown deal)
F – Omar Sowe (9/11/21 – signed from NYRB II)
GK – AJ Marcucci (9/11/21 – signed from NYRB II)

M – Florian Valot (8/5/21 – traded to FC Cincinnati)
F- Brian White (6/2/21- traded to Vancouver Whitecaps
M – Jared Stroud (12/15/20 – selected in MLS
Expansion draft by Austin FC)
D – Patrick Seagrist (11/30/20 – declined option)
M – Chris Lema (11/30/20 – declined option)
M – Ben Mines (11/30/20 – declined option)
M – Marc Rzatkowski (11/30/20 – declined option)
F – Samuel Tetteh (11/30/20 – declined option to
GK – Kendall McIntosh (11/30/20 – out of contract)
M – Alex Muyl (8/13/20 – traded to Nashville SC)


Aaron Long – Achilles (16 games) Out for the season
Cameron Harper – Hip (4 games)
Ryan Meara – Groin (1 game)
Youba Diarra – Hamstring (19 games)
Daniel Royer – Thigh (9 games)
Andrés Reyes – Hamstring (8 games)
Andrew Gutman – Knee (8 games)
Sean Nealis – Thigh (6 games)
Jason Pendant – Shoulder (5 games)
Caden Clark – Appendectomy (4 games)
Tom Barlow – Quad (3 games)
Andrew Gutman – Hip (3 games)
Cristian Casseres, Jr. – Hamstring (2 games)
Amro Tarek – Groin (1 game)
Omir Fernandez- Ankle (1 game)


Player Games Date

  1. Caden Clark 2*
    Patryk Klimala 2^ 7/8-7/21
    Cristian Cásseres Jr. 2^ 4/25-5/1
    Caden Clark 2^ 5/8-5/15
    Cristian Cásseres Jr. 2^ 5/29-7/3

Player Games Date
T1. Fábio 2^ 5/8-5/15
T1. Patryk Klimala 2^ 5/29-6/18
Player Games Date
T-1. Patryk Klimala 3 5/29-6/23
T-1. Patryk Klimala 3 7/3-7/21

  1. Caden Clark^ 2 5/8-5/15
    Player Games Date
  2. Carlos Coronel 2 5/8-5/15
  • Across all competitions
    ^ League Play


Hometown: Kuchl, Austria
Career Record: 31-34-17 (.482)
Record at Barnsley: 14-17-8 (.462)
Record at Wolfsberger AC: 11-6-4 (.619)
Record at New York: 6-10-5 (.405)
Playoff Record: 0-1-0 (.000)
• Bradley Carnell (Assistant Coach)
• Bernd Eibler (Assistant Coach)
• Jyri Nieminen (Goalkeeper Coach)
2020 Overall Record/Finish: 14-14-6/6th (East)
2020 Playoffs: Round One (lost to Columbus Crew, 3-2)
Career Record: 26-18-9 (.587)
Players Returning/Lost: 19/9
Forwards Returning/Lost:
Returning: Tom Barlow, Matias Jorgensen
Lost: Samuel Tetteh
Midfielders Returning/Lost:
Returning: Cristian Casseres Jr., Caden Clark, Sean
Davis, Omir Fernandez, Daniel Royer, Florian Valot,
Dru Yearwood
Lost: Chris Lema, Ben Mines, Alex Muyl,
Marc Rzatkowski, Jared Stroud
Defenders Returning/Lost:
Returning: Kyle Duncan, Mandela Egbo, Aaron Long,
Jason Pendant, Sean Nealis, Amro Tarek, John Tolkin
Lost: Tim Parker, Patrick Seagrist, Brian White
Goalkeepers Returning/Lost:
Returning: David Jensen, Ryan Meara
Lost: Kendall McIntosh
First Year of Soccer: 1996
Overall Record (Years): 327-308-158 (26th)
MLS Cup App: 1 (2008)
Playoff Record: 19-29-8
Open Cup Record: 22-21-3
Champions League Record: 8-6-8
Best XI: 20
MVP: Amado Guevara, 2004
Scoring Champ/Golden Boot: 2
Bradley Wright-Phillips (2014, ’16)
Amado Guevara (2004)
Defender of the Year: Aaron Long, 2018
Goalkeeper of the Year: 2
Luis Robles (2015)
Tim Howard (2001)
Humanitarian of the Year: 3
Seth Stammler (2010)
Steve Jolley (2002)
Tim Howard (2001)
Fair Play Award: Eddie Pope, 2004
Homegrowns Signings: 22



• Sean Davis – Fifth All-Time at RBNY in MLS games played (1 match away)

  • Sixth All-Time at RBNY in MLS minutes played (142 minutes away)
  • Sixth All-Time at RBNY in MLS games started (1 match away)
    • Aaron Long -10,000 MLS minutes played (640 minutes away)
    • Daniel Royer – Fifth All-Time at RBNY in MLS goals (1 away)
    (currently tied with Clint Mathis)
  • 50 MLS regular-season goals (11 away)
    • Ryan Meara – Sixth All-Time at RBNY in MLS wins (1 away)
    (Mike Amman @ 6th with 17)
  • Sixth All-Time at RBNY in shutouts (3 away)
    (Jonny Walker @ 6th with 9)
    • One MLS Regular-Season cleansheets away from 200
    First Career MLS Goal
    • Youba Diarra • Tom Edwards • Cameron Harper • Jason Pendant • Omar Sowe
    First Career MLS Assist
    • Tom Barlow • Wiki Carmona • Youba Diarra • Tom Edwards • Cameron Harper •
    Andrés Reyes • Omar Sowe


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