The Foxtel A-League All Stars play Manchester United at ANZ Stadium, Sydney, on Saturday July 20 - but many of the players picked by the public have either left the A-League, will be unavailable or have retired.

The weighted voting system gave 50% to the fan vote, 20% to the Expert Panel vote, 20% to the players via the PFA Team of the Year selection and 10% to Postecoglou.

More than 30,000 fans voted by submitting their starting 11, plus four substitutes.

The Expert Panel included Han Berger, Craig Moore, Tony Vidmar, Mark Bosnich, Stan Lazaridis, Andy Harper, Tom Smithies and Michael Lynch, who all named their starting 11, plus four substitutes.

But from the squad of 15, nine are likely no-shows.

Patrick Zwaanswijk is retired, Adama Traore is injured, at least two - Mark Milligan and Archie Thompson - are likely to be on Socceroos duty in the EAFF Cup, Alessandro Del Piero is set to be on tour overseas with Sydney FC, Marco Rojas has left the A-League to move to Germany, Mat Ryan has left for Club Brugge, Shinji Ono is unlikely to have returned to Australia and Trent Sainsbury is also expected to have found a new club in Europe.

Despite that, FFA CEO David Gallop said the Foxtel A-League All Stars voting process was a huge success in engaging with fans and launching the All Stars concept.

"There will always be issues with injuries, availability and international transfers, but we will work hard on the selection process," he said today.

“Our first priority is making sure the All Stars are connected to A-League fans and the 30,000 votes cast shows there’s a high level of engagement.

“The Expert Panel choices created lots of interest and was hotly debated in online forums and of course the players had a strong voice via the PFA Team of the Year voting.

"Now that Ange has lodged his preferences it's great to release the final voting results. The task now is to take this selection process and make the team a reality on July 20 against Manchester United."

The final squad was.

Ante Covic (Western Sydney Wanderers)

Pedj Bojic (Sydney FC), Nikolai Topor-Stanley (Western Sydney Wanderers), Patrick Zwaanswijk (Central Coast Mariners), Adama Traore (Melbourne Victory)

Thomas Broich (Brisbane Roar), Mark Milligan (Melbourne Victory), Michael McGlinchey (Central Coast Mariners)

Archie Thompson (Melbourne Victory), Alessandro Del Piero (Sydney FC), Marco Rojas (Melbourne Victory)

Mathew Ryan (Central Coast Mariners), Shinji Ono (Western Sydney Wanderers), Youssouf Hersi (Western Sydney Wanderers), Trent Sainsbury (Central Coast Mariners)

Ange Postecoglou (Melbourne Victory)

Postecoglou will name his final squad on 13 July ahead of a week-long preparation camp in Sydney.

An FFA statement added: "Under the selection process, Postecoglou will refer to the weighted voting list of players when considering replacements for injured or unavailable players."