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Canaleros feature new MLS signings
January 22nd, 2012 8:43PM
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[USA-PANAMA]MLS fans will get a look at FC Dallas signings Blas Perez and Carlos Rodriguezand new Philadelphia Union midfielder Gabriel Gomez as they were all called into Panama's team that will face the USA Wednesday in Panama City (TV: Galavision, 8:30 p.m. ET).

Coach Julio Dely Valdes picked a largely young team. Perez, Gomez and Eduardo Dasent started for the Canaleros in their historic 2-1 win over the USA at the 2011 Gold Cup.

Panama Roster:
GOALKEEPERS: Luis Mejia (Fenix), Kevin Melgar (Alianza FC).

DEFENDERS: Rolando Algandona (San Francisco FC), Edward Benitez (Sporting SM), Eduardo Dasent (Tauro FC), Carlos Rodriguez (FC Dallas), Sergio Thompson (Sporting SM), Eric Vasquez (Chorrillo FC).

MIDFIELDERS:Rolando Botello (Tauro FC), Gabriel Gomez (Philadephia Union), Juan de Gracia (Chepo FC), Luis Ovalle (Sporting SM), Alberto Quintero (Chorrillo FC), Marcos Sanchez (Tauro FC), Amir Waithe (San Francisco FC).

FORWARDS: Manuel Mosquera (Arabe Unido), Blas Perez (FC Dallas), Luis Renteria (Tauro FC).



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