No Impact player selected for the all-star game
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No player of the Montreal Impact was selected for the all-star game the MLS.
No door-colors of the Montreal Impact was selected in a vote conducted among the enthusiasts for the all-star game the MLS, which will be presented August 2 at Soldier Field in Chicago.
On this occasion, the best players of the MLS will play against Real Madrid.
Called to choose in line 10 of the first 11 representatives of the MLS, the fans have opted in particular for midfielder Michael Bradley, the Toronto FC striker David Villa New York City FC, as well as for the midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger and striker Nemanja Nikolic, the Fire of Chicago.
The United Atlanta has also seen two of his teammates, chosen by the public, defender Greg Garza and midfielder Miguel Almiron.
Goalkeeper Tim Howard (Rapids of the Colorado), defenders Graham Zusi (Sporting KC) and DaMarcus Beasley (Dynamo Houston) and midfielder Kaka (Orlando City SC) round out the selection of fans.
The 11th starting will be Sebastian Giovinco, Toronto FC, which has been chosen in a vote related to a video game.
The rest of the training of 24 players will be announced in mid-July and will include the ” Fan XI “, there are two choices commissioner Don Garber and 11 players that will select Veljko Paulovic, the head coach of the Fire of Chicago.