If Anthony Wallace is remembered for anything about his brief stint with the New York Red Bulls it is surely a left foot that produced three quite goals: two for the first team...
...and perhaps the best of the lot for NYRB II.
All three contributed to wins - and the six points garnered from the two scored in MLS helped RBNY along to the 2015 Supporters' Shield.
Not bad for a single-season role-player for the Red Bulls who didn't crack double-digit appearances for either the Red Bulls first or second team.
Wallace moved on to play for Jacksonville Armada in NASL in 2016. On March 14, USL's Oklahoma City Energy announced it would be the player's fourth club in as many seasons (he was at Tampa Bay Rowdies in 2014).
The Brooklyn-born defender seems to have settled into a career as a second-division journeyman - and Once A Metro wishes him every success. Unless he's playing either of RBNY's teams, of course.