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While 22 MLS players found out that they'll be suting up against Manchester United in the league's All-Star Game next week, there are quite a few others who didn't get the call that have a case, and that's even with players from Seattle, FC Dallas and Toronto FC being ineligible because of their CONCACAF Champions League commitments.
Players like D.C. forward Charlie Davies, who is second in the league with eight goals during his comeback season, and Columbus defender Chad Marshall, who has anchored the Crew's back line while helping keep the team in the mix in the Eastern Conference race, come to mind as deserving players who won't suit up for the MLS All-Stars.
Who is the biggest All-Star snub (remember — don't count players from Seattle, Dallas and Toronto) in your opinion? Cast your vote after the jump:
How did you vote? Who belongs on the MLS All-Star matchday roster that didn't get the nod?
Share your thoughts below.