Tag Archives: Panama National Team

The Daily Drool – World Cup 2018 Group G – Panama: Jaime Penedo

27 Jun

Goalkeeper Jaime currently plays for Dinamo București. He has represented Panama at the senior level.

The Daily Drool: Ismael Díaz

8 Mar

Winger Ismael currently plays for Deportivo de La Coruña’s B team. He has represented Panama at the U17, U20 and senior levels.

Copa America Catch Up

15 Jun


My intent was to post daily wrap-ups for this tournament. Since that hasn’t been possible, this is what happened in the group stages. Continue reading

The Daily Drool – Copa America – Panama: Felipe Baloy

12 Jun

Felipe Baloy PanamaCentral defender/right back Felipe currently plays for Club Atlas. He has represented Panama at the senior level since 2001 and is their current captain. He also likes sharing the shirtless wealth. Oof! Thanks Felipe!

Updated: Copa America – The Squads

1 Jun


There’s a lot of football to cover this summer. I’m hoping to provide daily updates of Copa America action (as well as the other tournaments) in their own posts. I thought I’d start with what players we can expect to see rocking pitches across the USA beginning this Friday. Continue reading

The Daily Drool: Anibal Godoy

11 Aug

anibal godoyDefensive midfielder Anibal has just made the move from Budapest Honvéd FC to the San Jose Earthquakes. He has represented Panama at the U20, U21 and senior levels.

James Joins The Group, International Duty, Sese Speaks & Bebe Iker

24 Mar

Satellite (8)Great news!James returned to training with the group today. Very encouraging! Continue reading

The Daily Drool: Luis Mejía

2 Mar

Luis MejíaGoalkeeper Luis currently plays for Uruguayan Primera División side Centro Atlético Fénix. He has represented Panama at the U17, U20, U21, U23 and senior levels.

The Daily Drool: Amílcar Henríquez

7 Feb

amilcar henriquezDefensive midfielder Amílcar plays for Independiente Medellín in the Colombian Liga Postobón. He has represented Panama at the senior level since 2004.

La Roja Says Adios to Panama & 2012

17 Nov

Well, that’s it for La Roja! You either saw, or will see in this post, their last 5 goals of the year and won’t see the team again until 2013….if there is a 2013….just kidding. 😉 They pulled off a great match with some stunning goals (SERHIOOOO!) from some of our most-capped players & from one who got his first. Continue reading