8. Seth Sinovic
Signing with Sporting KC in 2011 after being cut by the Revolution and a failed trial with Real Salt Lake, Seth Sinovic was the epitome of what Peter Vermes demands of each of his players. No matter the setback, whether it was an injury or out of favor, Sinovic always found a way to get into the starting XI time and time again.
The left-back’s greatest moment for SKC came in the 2013 MLS Cup Eastern Conference Semi-Final against the New England Revolution, when he blasted a rocket past Matt Reis to send the game to extra-time.
Collecting four trophies with SKC, the Creighton University graduate was hard to hate with his endless work ethic. Sinovic partook in 210 matches, which ranks eighth in club history, racking up 17,738 total minutes. His tenure with his hometown team came to an end this season when his option was declined, but his overall performances throughout the decade have been rock steady, just what Vermes would have wanted.