The former captain of Panama's soccer team Felipe Baloy returned to shake the Panamanian federation today by showing his concern about the players' future, the national team, and that "he does not see the future" of this sport.
"I am worried about what might happen to our players and our national team in the coming months and years," said the former player of Deportivo Independiente de Medellín (DIM) of Colombian soccer on his Twitter account.
"I do not see the future of things and what you want", abounds the message of the only Panamanian player to score a goal in a senior soccer World Cup.
The player, who previously demanded the leaders improve the league and the Panamanian clubs to have better structure and better salary for the players, has more requests for those who run the local football.
"I only ask to those who have the power to decide the future of our football to do so with real wisdom about our needs," the player's message concluded.
The player's message comes two days after the Panamanian Soccer Federation (Fepafut) announced that until next March, after the elections in the sports entity, the new coach of the national soccer team will be announced.