Panama’s three most-capped players all created the reduce for the nation’s final 23-man Copa America Centenario squad.
There have been no actual surprises from Panama coach Hernan Dario Gomez following he finalised his 23-man squad for the Copa America Centenario.
Gomez has gone virtually unchanged from Panama’s squad for their 2018 Globe Cup qualifiers against Haiti in March.
Panama’s three most capped players – Gabriel Gomez, Jaime Penedo and Blas Perez – had been all incorporated, in addition to Luis Tejada, Luis Henriquez and Felipe Baloy.
Having said that, Gomez also opted for any tinge of youth, with 18-year-old Porto B forward Ismael Diaz picked in the squad for the century edition on the tournament, which will kick-off within the United states of america on June 3.
Panama have a challenging activity ahead of them, on the other hand, drawn in Group D alongside 14-time winners Argentina, defending champions Chile and Bolivia.
Gomez and Co. open their campaign against Bolivia on June 6 prior to tackling Argentina 4 days later, rounding out the group stage having a clash against Chile on June 14.