David Beckham may have led the Los Angeles Galaxy to the MLS championship game but he was left off the league's all-star squad on Monday.
While Galaxy midfielder Landon Donovan and Swedish star Freddie Ljungberg made the squad there was no room for Beckham.
Beckham's Galaxy side will face Real Salt Lake in the 2009 MLS Cup game in Seattle on Sunday.
Donovan and Ljungberg were two of the five midfielders on the 11-man all-star team which also comprised one goalkeeper, three defenders and two forwards.
Chivas USA's Zach Thornton was picked as a goalkeeper while the defence featured Columbus Crew centre-back Chad Marshall, Houston Dynamo's Geoff Cameron and the Chicago Fire's Wilman Conde.
The league's top two goal-scorers from the regular season, FC Dallas striker Jeff Cunningham and Colorado Rapids forward Conor Casey earned the forward honours.