Luis Tejada, Panamanian soccer player who played for several Colombian teams, died

The former Panamanian player died at the age of 41 – credit Diffusion

Luis Bullfighter Tejada, recognized for his outstanding career in Colombian soccer as with the Panama national team, died on Sunday, January 28. The event took place while the player was participating in a recreational soccer match in Santa Librada, after feeling unwell.

In colombia, The Panamanian forward wore the shirts of Deportes Tolima (2003), Envigado (2004), Once Caldas (2006), América de Cali (2007) and Millonarios (2008). Likewise, the canalero had a long career in Peruvian football.

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Through its social networks, the Panamanian Football Federation (FEPAFUT) published a heartfelt message after the death of Luis Tejada due to cardiac arrest.

“The Panamanian Football Federation deeply regrets the death of Luis Carlos’Bullfighter‘ Tejada Hansell. Historical scorer for the Panama national team, a fundamental piece in the qualification for our first FIFA World Cup 2018 and synonymous with the development and evolution of football in our country.

We express our most sincere condolences to his family., friends and the entire Panamanian soccer and sports family in general. We will never forget you, Matador! Peace to his soul.”

Former Panamanian player Luis Tejada died of a heart attack – credit @fepafut/X


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