UPDATE FRIDAY 20th OF MAY:
The full 30-player squad has been announced.
Greg O’Rourke has commented on the final 17 players selected in the squad.
“We want to show the world how much young talent we have in the A-Leagues, and both Garang and Reno have produced some extraordinary moments this season,” said O’Rourke.
“It’s important that as well as some of our decorated, experienced stars, we put the next generation in the spotlight – and to earn their places, both have shown fans what they can do this year.
“Last year we saw Alou Kuol take the A-League by storm, and now his brother is threatening to do the same, while Reno Piscopo is an Olyroo with great vision and ability.”
THURSDAY 19th OF MAY:
The APL have announced the first 13 players for the A-Leagues All Stars, voted by the fans.
The full 30-man squad is set to be revealed tomorrow, with all grand final participants to be omitted from the squad.
Jamie Young (Western United)
Adama Traore (Western Sydney Wanderers)
Curtis Good (Melbourne City)
Leo Lacroix (Western United)
Jason Davidson (Melbourne Victory)
Rhyan Grant (Sydney FC)
Ben Garuccio (Western United)
Daniel Penha (Newcastle Jets)
Anthony Caceres (Sydney FC)
Milos Ninkovic (Sydney FC)
Jamie Maclaren (Melbourne City)
Beka Mikeltadze (Newcastle Jets)
Craig Goodwin (Adelaide United)
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